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POWER FOR THE GOLD MINES OF NORTHERN ONTARIO 

Transportation Difficulties Overcome — Twenty-six Miles by Tractor 

Transformer of 1,500-kv-a. capacity en route to Matachewan 



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/twenty-seventh/annual report 

OF THE 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
COMMISSION 

OF THE 
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 



1934 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1935 



THE 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



T. Stewart Lyon Chairman 

Hon. Arthur W. Roebuck, K.C., M.L.A Commissioner 

Hon. Thomas B. McQuesten, K.C., M.L.A Commissioner 

W. W. Pope Secretary 

A . Murray McCrimmon Controller 

Chief Engineers 

T. H. Hogg, B.A. Sc, C.E., D.Eng Hydraulic and Operation 

R. T. Jeffery, B.Sc Municipal Relations and Rural Power 



LIBRARY 

727497 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



To His Honour 

The Honourable Herbert A. Bruce, R.A.M.C, M.D., F.R.C.S., 
Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Twenty- 
seventh Annual Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
for the fiscal year ending October 31, 1934. 

This Report contains a record of the Commission's activities in construc- 
tion and administration and embodies also its financial statements for the 
year ending October 31, 1934. It also presents, for the calendar year 1934, 
financial statements and statistical data relating to the municipal electric 
utilities operating in conjunction with the various systems of the Commission 
and supplying electrical service to the citizens of the Province. 

The Report includes also details of the operation of the Northern Ontario 
properties which are owned by the Province and operated by this Commission, 
under an agreement by which any deficits incurred in operation are provided 
from the provincial treasury, and any surplus funds remaining from operations 
are transferred to the treasury. 

The financial statements, statistical data and general information given, 
are so presented as to provide a comprehensive survey of the Commission's 
operations. For the information of Your Honour and the Members of the 
Legislature comparative statements have been compiled showing, for the 
several systems of the Commission, for a number of years past, the total cost 
of power supplied to the co-operating municipalities and to other consumers 
of each system, including the total cost of power purchased under contract for 
each system; the revenues of each system; and the additions made to, or the 
withdrawals from, the various reserve funds of each system. 

Seven Years Power Load 

The following tables show the distribution of primary and secondary 
power to all systems, the cost of operation including the amounts paid for 
purchased power, and the rapid increase of the use of electric energy in the 
gold fields of Northern Ontario during the past seven years. The primary load 
in the Niagara system at the end of 1934 was still materially less than at the 
end of 1929, the period of greatest consumption, as the figures for the month 
of December clearly show, but the expansion in the secondary power load 
in all systems brought up the total primary and secondary power supplied in 
December, 1934, to the highest figures yet recorded. 



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TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY POWER TO SYSTEMS 
20-Minute Peak Horsepower — System Coincident Primary Peaks 



System 



1928 



1929 1930 1931 


1932 


1933 



1934 



October 



Niagara system, 25-cycle.. 
DominionPower&Trans. 

Eastern Ontario system 

Georgian Bay system 

Thunder Bay system 

M anitoulin rural power dist . 

Northern Ont. properties: 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district 

Nipissing district 

Patricia district 

Espanola district 



811,973 



77,654 
20,082 
48,910 



3,170 



931,261 



82,299 
22,118 
77,117 



3,599 



879,518 
58,579 
87,990 
23,355 
73,968 



12,935 



3,745 
1,582 



805,630 
48,659 
85,857 
26,356 
51,600 



10,724 

17,800 

3,689 

1,912 



839,946 
43,968 
80,544 
25,666 
58,140 



7,574 

11,340 

3,751 

2,048 



848,793 
45,710 
86,890 
23,887 
66,187 
80 



12,466 

15,777 

3,539 

2,627 



856,434 
50,670 
91,716 
24,488 
60,188 



12,466 

31,501 

3,840 

2,828 

509 



Total. 



961,789 1,116,394 1,141,672 1,052,227 1,072,977 1,105,956 1,134,728 



Niagara system, 25-cycle... 
DominionPower&Trans 

Eastern Ontario system 

Georgian Bay system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulinruralpowerdist 

Northern Ont. properties: 

Sudbury district 

Abitibi district. 

Nipissing district 

Patricia district 

Espanola district 



December 



891,904 



81,548 
21,595 
66,300 



3,248 



969,123 



90,255 
22,961 

64,588 



3,492 



902,392 
61,528 
93,560 
25,591 
61,300 



10,724 



3,654 
1,521 



828,200 
56,166 
91,253 
27,531 
50,300 



11,059 

13,000 

4,088 

1,926 



838,338 
48,525 
86,716 
26,424 
55,570 



9,853 

13,000 

3,799 

2,058 



879,893 
51,743 
91,924 
25,496 
54,704 
84 



12,802 

14,745 

3,901 

2,735 



901,877 
54,021 
96,783 
26,816 
69,658 
108 



13,003 

32,842 

4,008 

2,855 

535 



Total 1,064,595 1,150,419 1,160,270 1,083,523 1,084,283 1,138,027 1,202,506 



Note. — The above figures represent primary loads, and are strictly comparable from 
year to year. The figures which have appeared in this table in former years have represented 
total loads on the basis in use at the time; for example, on page viii of the 1930 report, the 
October 1930 load is shown as 1,000,670 horsepower. In addition to the primary load of 879,518 
it contained at-will export 113,592 horsepower and a transfer to the Georgian Bay system 
amounting to 7,560 horsepower. While the latter is a primary obligation upon the Niagara 
system so far as generating resources go, it does not represent Niagara system load and as this 
load is included in the Georgian Bay system figures it must be excluded from those of the 
Niagara system. The correction has been made in all subsequent years. 



Municipalities Served 

At the end of the fiscal year, the number of municipalities served in 
Ontario by the Commission was 760. This number included 27 cities, 96 towns, 
270 villages and police villages, and 367 townships. With the exception of 14 
suburban sections of townships known as voted areas, the townships and 93 of 
the smaller villages are served as parts of 171 rural power districts. 



Rural Line Expansion 

The total mileage of rural lines constructed, or under construction, at the 
end of October, 1934, amounted to 9,461 miles, of which 183 miles represented 
the construction program during the year 1934. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



vn 



DISTRIBUTION OF POWER TO SYSTEMS— TOTAL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY 
20-Mixute Peak Horsepower — System Coincident Peaks 



System 


1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


October 


Niagara system, 25-cycle. 
DominionPower&Trans. 


878,327 


948,412 


1,038,110 
58,579 
87,990 
23,355 
73,968 


860,630 
48,659 
85,857 
26,356 
51,600 


867,446 
43,968 
80,544 
25,666 
65,700 


1,055,697 
45,710 
86,890 
23,887 
90,450 
80 

12,466 

45,389 

3,539 

2,627 


1,071,046 
50,670 


Eastern Ontario system 

Georgian Bay system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulinruralpowerdist. 


77,654 
20,082 
48,910 


82,299 
22,118 
77,117 


121,823 
24,488 
99,866 

88 


Northern Ont. properties: 
Sudbury district 






12,935 


10,724 

17,800 

3,689 

1,912 


7,574 

11,340 

3,751 

2,048 


12,466 


Abiti bi district 






64,075 


Nipissing district 


3,170 


3,599 


3,745 

1,582 


3,840 


Patricia district 


2,828 


Espanola district 






509 


















Total 


1,028,143 


1.133,545 


1,300,264 


1,107,227 


1,108,037 


1,366,735 


1,451,699 




December 


Niagara system, 25-cycle. 
DominionPower&Trans. 


893,231 


969,123 


1,073,400 
61,528 
93,560 
25,591 
61,300 


883,200 
56,166 
91,253 
27,531 
50,300 


838,338 
48,525 
86,716 
26,424 
63,800 


1,134,262 

51,743 

116,127 

25,496 

120,000 

84 

12,802 

46,890 

3,901 

2,735 


1,150,938 
54,021 


Eastern Ontario system 

Georgian Bay system 

Thunder Bay system 

Manitoulinruralpowerdist. 


81,548 
21,595 
66,300 


90,255 
22,961 

64,588 


127,849 

26,816 

122,922 

108 


Northern Ont. properties: 
Sudbury district 






10,724 


11,059 

13,000 

4,088 

1,926 


9,853 

13,000 

3,799 

2,058 


13,003 


Abitibi district 






93,029 


Nipissing district 


3,248 


3,492 


3,654 
1,521 


4,008 


Patricia district 


2,855 


Espanola district 






535 


















Total 


1.065,922 


1,150,419 


1,331,278 


1,138,523 


1,092,513 


1,514,040 


1,596,084 



Note. — In some instances the above figures differ slightly from those appearing in the 
Annual Reports. Corrections have been made for the transfer of power between the Niagara 
and Georgian Bay systems, inclusion in the Niagara system of Gatineau resale, and, in the 
earlier years, using system coincident peaks instead of the sum of the district peaks for the 
Eastern Ontario system and showing Sudbury and Abitibi as separate districts. 

In order to encourage a more liberal use of electric power by Ontario 
farmers, studies were made during the year which had for their objective the 
further reduction of rural rates and the beneficial utilization of surplus energy. 
As a result of these studies three major benefits were approved, as follows: 

Free Service Inducements 

Commencing November 1, 1934, and during a period of three years there- 
after, the Commission will provide current, free of charge, to operate electric 
washing machines, licensed alternating current radios, and electric pumps 
to provide water under pressure for household sanitary systems. 

The offer is available to all present farm and hamlet users (excepting 
summer cottages) now supplied from all Hydro rural power districts in Ontario, 
who are paying standard rural rates approved for each district. It applies also 
to all new farm and hamlet homes which may be added to these lines as con- 
sumers during the three-year period. 

\continued on page xii) 



Vlll 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

NIAGARA 



Year 


1928 


1929 






Power purchased 


$ c. 

378,630.25 
4,551,317.95 
7,880,952.25 
1,015,363.26 
2,857,495.02 
1,672,266.49 


$ c. 
1,638,516.84 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


4,711,607.15 


"Interest 


8,095,444.48 


Provision for renewals 


1,127,242.22 


Provision for contingencies, etc. 


3,117,605.94 


Sinking fund 


1,738,183.90 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


18,356,025.22 


20,428,600.53 


Less: 
Amount appropriated from the contingencies reserve of 
the system and applied in reduction of the cost of power 










Net total 


18,356,025.22 
19,121,214.81 


20,428,600.53 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from 
rural consumers and from private customers under 
flat rate contracts 


21,664,808.55 






Net balance credited or charged to municipalities under 
cost contracts 


765,189.59 
Credited 


1,236,208.02 




Credited 


Capital investment 


161,994,023.61 


168,004,159.13 






*Exchange included in above total of interest 













GEORGIAN BAY 



Year 


1928 


1929 






i 

Power purchased 


$ c. 

13,677.86 
267,315.34 
247,283.44 
72,267.13 
47,950.30 
55,892.24 


$ c. 
32,245.28 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


313,246.50 


*Interest 


255,110.13 


Provision for renewals 


78,574.72 


Provision for contingencies, etc 


52,462.33 


Sinking fund 


59,641.34 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


704,386.31 
807,179.08 


791,280.30 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from 
rural consumers and from private customers under 
flat rate contracts 


873,568.95 






Net balance credited or charged to municipalities under 
cost contracts 


102,792.77 
Credited 


82,288.65 




Credited 


Capital investment 


5,546,340.02 


6,310,034.95 






*Exchange included in above total of interest 













1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



IX 



RESPECTING THE SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 
SYSTEM 



1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


$ c. 

2,644,916.07 
5,606,062.59 
8,980,374.58 
1,606,458.27 
2,893,784.93 
1,794,591.02 


$ c. 

3,979,524.00 
5,653,006.77 
9,502,526.86 
1,391,105.25 
617,820.29 
1,872,727.14 


$ c. 

5,513,435.12 
4,893,571.40 
10,691,491.55 
1,579,701.50 
118,462.65 
1,977,928.39 


$ c. 

6,738,406.63 
4,800,173.78 
10,445,990.16 
1,628,176.44 
125,698.79 
1,883,199.99 


$ c. 

6,872,793.14 
4,821,848.99 
10,138,022.77 
1,627,164.82 
129,514.12 
1,987,207.74 


23,526,187.46 


23,016,710.31 


24,774,590.61 : 
2,544,648.63 


25,621,645.79 
4,236,606.73 


25,576,551.58 
2,869,828.36 










23,526,187.46 
24,467,322.68 


23,016,710.31 
23,752,132.85 


22,229,941.98 
22,459,448.97 


21,385,039.06 
21,096,722.06 


22,706,723.22 
22,543,780.63 


941,135.22 
Credited 


735,422.54 
Credited 


229,506.99 
Credited 


288,317.00 
Charged 


162,942.59 
Charged 


199,799,252.77 


208,501,899.28 


207,977,388.63 


208,143,427.49 


208,626,540.68 






605,439.72 


416,066.06 


74,330.69 









SYSTEM 



1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


$ c. 

53,201.27 
360,061.28 
299,428.66 
92,375.30 
35,695.22 
69,344.10 


$ c. 

64,410.77 
438,941.70 
356,655.71 
121,800.88 

47,827.76 
83,789.13 


$ c. 

18,810.77 

483,137.12 

412,557.36 

124,737.66 

54,229.21 

86,698.15 


$ c. 

27,316.52 

440,008.76 

396,690.67 

128,111.66 

57,148.73 

87,826.94 


$ c. 

43,832.70 

409,286.71 

380,745.19 

129,844.11 

43,570.17 

88,348.64 


910,105.83 
926,692.34 


1,113,425.95 

1,050,823.94 


1,180,170.27 
1,161,831.25 


1,137,103.28 
1,163,135.32 


1,095,627.52 

1,181,960.85 


16,586.51 
Credited 


62,602.01 
Charged 


18,339.02 
Charged 


26,032.04 
Credited 


86,333.33 
Credited 


7,940,666.96 


8,203,445.46 


8,329,025.78 


8,394,645.25 


8,427,278.77 






36,417.15 


19,190.49 


4,464.50 









TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

EASTERN ONTARIO 



Year 


1928 


1929 






Power purchased 


$ c. 
363,402.95 
990,657.54 
783,029.18 
191,653.02 
411,815.79 
23,612.88 


$ c. 
440,595.40 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


932,194.87 


*Interest 


810,478.17 


Provision for renewals 


196,129.59 


Provision for contingencies 


260,564.74 


Sinking fund 


151,030.71 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


2,764,171.36 


2,790,993.48 


Appropriated from contingencies reserve to cover 
shortage on operation of local distribution systems 










Net total 


2,764,171.36 
3,054,260.20 


2,790,993.48 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from 
rural consumers and from private customers under 
flat rate contracts 


3,025,908.37 






Excess revenue over cost of power 


291,088.84 
218,962.33 


234,914.89 


Profit from sale of power to companies and /or local 
distribution systems, transferred to contingencies 
reserve 


148,980.44 






Net balance, credited to municipalities under cost 
contracts 


71,126.51 


85,934.45 






Capital investment 


19,446,757.26 


20,447,230.08 






^Exchange included in above total of interest 







THUNDER BAY 



Year 


1928 


1929 






Power purchased 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,161.50 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


143,353.98 
651,827.79 
109,106.32 
107,636.54 
131,552.72 


191,903.99 


^Interest 


662,675.66 


Provision for renewals 


109,200.41 


Provision for contingencies, etc 


332,981.76 


Sinking fund 


132,343.09 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


1,143,477.35 


1,432,266.41 


Amount appropriated from contingencies reserve of the 
system and applied in reduction of the cost of power.... 










Net total 


1,143,477.35 
1,145,031.55 


1,432,266.41 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from 
rural consumers and from private customers under 
flat rate contracts 


1,454,080.66 






Net balance credited or charged to municipalities under 
cost contracts 


1,554.20 
Credited 


21,814.25 




Credited 


Capital investment 


14,332,937.23 


15,325,411.00 






*Exchange included in above total of interest 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



XI 



RESPECTING THE SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 
SYSTEM 



1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


$ c. 
522,732.86 
934,766.36 
913,872.57 
214,924.91 
115,160.41 
158,835.47 


$ c. 
637,903.94 
981,514.88 
938,745.56 
241,193.70 
110,668.22 
167,272.84 


$ c. 
698,627.59 
918,978.04 
968,995.87 
248,330.65 
119,387.64 
171,432.37 


$ c. 
777,050.62 
761,603.57 
894,253.67 
227,793.09 
83,188.62 
173,029.78 


$ c. 
833,980.26 
724,389.50 
913,406.78 
242,903.39 
84,924.08 
174,813.02 


2,860,292.58 


3,077,299.14 


3,125,752.16 


2,916,919.35 


' 2,974,417.03 
115.28 












2,860,292.58 
3,051,987.02 


3,077,299.14 
3,232,921.80 


3,125,752.16 
3,199,177.07 


2,916,919.35 
2,920,450.19 


2,974,301.75 
3,084,008.59 


191,694.44 
117,244.91 


155,622.66 
136,927.20 


73,424.91 

48,122.89 


3,530.84 
1,281.64 


109,706.84 






74,449.53 


18,695.46 


25,302.02 


2,249.20 


109,706.84 


20,917,182.90 


21,570,767.11 


21,060,823.96 


19,372,833.44 


19,851,622.12 






41,389.17 


48,908.42 


62,461.30 



SYSTEM 



1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


$ c. 
474.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


225,693.87 
655,340.84 
112,798.56 
346,252.43 


217,397.15 
879,477.46 
151,173.65 


203,224.26 

1,017,730.35 

147,471.19 

132.36 

137,066.04 


214,729.82 
972,869.43 
149,518.82 
869.29 
140,993.98 


215,991.04 

912,622.62 

160,490.28 

1,140.37 


137,011.32 


135,813.13 


148,323.24 


1,477,571.02 


1,383,861.39 


1,505,624.20 
143,499.15 


1,478,981.34 
41,359.65 


1,438,567.55 








1,477,571.02 

1,481,978.47 


1,383,861.39 
1,339,046.63 


1,362,125.05 
1,235,438.17 


1,437,621.69 
1,380,099.79 


1,438,567.55 
1,383,066.52 


4,407.45 
Credited 


44,814.76 
Charged 


126,686.88 
Charged 


57,521.90 
Charged 


55,501.03 
Charged 


17,645,796.31 


18,406,363.39 


18,480,738.51 


18,630,772.18 


18,679,610.73 






100,968.00 


58,865.89 





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TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



Maximum Consumption Charge 

The Commission has found that the maximum economic limit of the 
first domestic use throughout the Province is 6 cents per kilowatt-hour. It has 
been decided therefore that in all rural power districts where the first consump- 
tion rate exceeds 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, this rate will be reduced to a 
maximum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour. The maximum second rate of 2 cents 
per kilowatt-hour applies to all districts. 

Third Consumption Rate 

During the year the Commission made available for rural consumers a 
special rate for long hour uses of power by rural consumers. This particularly 
affects under-earth heating (hot-beds) and heating of water. Where the use of 
power may be obtained from the present equipment, a third follow-up rate 
of 0.75 cents gross is given in all districts. The first rate remains unchanged, 
except that, as pointed out above, it is subject to a maximum of 6 cents per 
kilowatt-hour, and the kilowatt-hours to be charged at the first rate remain 
unchanged. The number of kilowatt-hours to be charged at the second rate 
varies both with the class of service and the first kilowatt-hour rate. The 
following is the schedule. It shows the class of service, the number of kilowatt- 
hours per month to be charged for at the first rate, and the number of kilowatt - 
hours at the second rate according to the governing first rate. 

SCHEDULE— FOR EACH CLASS OF RURAL SERVICE— OF KILOWATT-HOURS 
PER MONTH TO BE CHARGED FOR AT THE FIRST CONSUMPTION 
. RATE AND AT THE SECOND CONSUMPTION RATE 

All kilowatt-hours in excess of the sum at the first and second rates to be billed at 
0.75 cents per kilowatt-hour 





Number 


Number of kw-hrs. 


per month at second energy rate 




of 
kw.-hrs. 






Class 


Where first 


energy rate in district is: 


of 


per month 






rural 


at 


more 


4.1 cents 


3.1 cents 




less 


service 


first 


than 


to 


to 


3 


than 




energy 


5 cents 


5 cents 


4 cents 


cents 


3 cents 




rate 












IB 


30 


45 


60 


75 


105 


120 


1C 


30 


120 


150 


180 


240 


270 


2A 


30 


45 


60 


75 


105 


120 


2B 


30 


120 


150 


180 


240 


270 


3 


42 


108 


138 


168 


228 


258 


4 


70 


180 


230 


280 


380 


430 


5 


70 


180 


230 


280 


380 


430 


6 


126 


324 


414 


504 


684 


774 


7 


210 


540 


690 


840 


1140 


1290 



It is estimated that the total saving to rural consumers on account of 
giving free power for the three uses above set out will amount to approximately 
$64,000 per year. 

It is estimated that the reduction of the first consumption rate to a maxi- 
mum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour will mean a saving of approximately $6,400 
per year to the rural consumers so affected. 

Based on consumption figures for 1934, it is estimated that the rate reduc- 
tion involving a new third rate of 0.75 cents will reduce the existing accounts 
of rural consumers throughout the Province by an amount of approximately 
$30,000 per year. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



xin 



Water Heaters 

During the period November 1, 1933, to October 31, 1934, there were 
installed 7,848 water heaters, having an average capacity of 600 watts per 
heater. The total load is, therefore, 4,708.8 kilowatts, or 6,310 horsepower. 
There were also approximately 900 booster water heaters installed, having 
an average capacity of 2 kilowatts, or a total capacity of 1,800 kilowatts, or 
2,400 horsepower. The estimated annual consumption for booster and flat 
rate water heaters is 43,000,000 kilowatt-hours. 

Electric Ranges 

It is estimated that during the year 1934, 3,000 electric ranges were in- 
stalled. These ranges have an average demand of 1 horsepower per range, and 
it is estimated that the annual consumption on these additional ranges amounts 
to 7,200,000 kilowatt-hours. 

Steam Electric Boilers 

In the process of paper-making— one of the most important industries of 
the Province — much coal-produced steam has been utilized heretofore in drying 
the paper as it passed over large steam cylinders before being assembled in 
rolls for shipment. When a serious over-supply of power began to come into 
the various systems — chiefly the Niagara — arrangements were made for the 
resale of some part of this surplus to the Gatineau Company at a price com- 
petitive with coal for the production of steam by electrically heated boilers. 
Other paper mills, extending across the Province from Cornwall to Thunder 
Bay, have become customers for steam-electric power. In most cases the plant 
utilized in steam production is installed by the Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission, and remains the property of the Commission. The revenue from this 
utilization of surplus power, which would otherwise have remained unused, 
was $809,386 during the year under review. The quantity used, total revenue, 
and rate obtained, were as follows: — 

POWER SOLD FOR STEAM GENERATION— NOVEMBER 1, 1933 TO 

OCTOBER 31, 1934 



System and customer 


Contract 
amount 


Total 

energy 

delivered 


Total 
revenue 


Rate 


Niagara system 
Canadian International Paper Company 
(Gatineau Power Company) 


horsepower 

45,000 to 
55,000 

10,724 

800 

93,834 

11,394 


kw-hrs. 

348,993,867 
126,526,000 


$ c. 

244,295.69 
94,894.50 


mills 

0.7 
0.75 






Interlake Tissue Mills Company Limited 
Norton Cp^. 


475,519,867 

19,799,023 

1,863,840 

424,315,089 
24,659,635 


339,190.19 

14,849.27 

3,727.63 

212,157.52 
18,494.71 


0.75 

2.0 


Ontario Paper Co 


0.5 


Provincial Paper Limited 


0.75 






Total Niagara system 




946,157,454 


588,419.32 










Eastern Ontario System 

Howard Smith Paper Mills Limited 

Canadian International Paper Company. 


13,405 


28,249,500 
40,916,300 


14,124.75 
28,641.41 


0.5 
0.7 


(Gatineau Power Company) 






Total Eastern Ontario system 




69,165,800 


42,766.16 





{table continued on next page) 



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TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



POWER SOLD FOR STEAM GENERATION— NOVEMBER 1, 1933 TO 
OCTOBER 31, 1934— continued 



System and customer 


Contract 
amount 


Total 

energy 

delivered 


Total 
revenue 


Rate 


Thunder Bay System 
National Trust Company 


horsepower 
20,107 

32,131 
8,000 


kw-hrs. 
52,456,000 

130,975,000 
24,169,714 


$ c. 
26,228.00 

72,036.25 

12,084.85 


mills 
0.5 


(Great Lakes Paper Company) 
Provincial Paper Limited 


0.55 


Thunder Bay Paper Company (Approx.).. 


0.5 


Total Thunder Bay system 




207,600,714 


110,349.10 










Northern Ontario Properties 
Abitibi Power & Paper Company 

(Iroquois Falls) 
Abitibi Power & Paper Company 


32,131 
52,279 


82,640,800 

19,220,000 
373,000 


53,716.52 

14,415.00 
279.75 


0.65 
0.75 


(Smooth Rock Falls) 




Less reduction by 50 % of the cost of power 
used during the initial testing period, 
Aug. 1-5, 1934 


18,847,000 


14,135.25 








Total Northern Ontario properties 




101,487,800 


67,851.77 










Total All Systems 




1,324,411,768 


809,386.35 











Constructional Activities 

The basis of constructional activity on new hydraulic plants and extensions 
has been the increase in the value of gold per ounce throughout the civilized 
world. This has brought about the mining of quantities of marginal ore in 
developed mines and the opening up of many mines that could not have been 
operated when gold was worth $20.00 an ounce. The estimated tonnage of some of 
these new mines in process of development indicates a rapidly growing field 
for the sale of electric energy throughout Northern Ontario. The Commission 
is in a position to supply that energy on favourable terms because of the 
acquisition by the Government of the Abitibi Canyon plant. 

The installation of the second 48,500-kv-a. generator at the Abitibi Canyon 
development has been completed, and three 110,000-volt transformer stations 
have been built in Northern Ontario. At Kirkland Lake a 28,500-kv-a. trans- 
former station has been installed to supply power to the Canada Northern 
Power Corporation, and a 4,500-kv-a. transformer station in Powell Township 
for a power supply to the Matachewan area. A third transformer station, 
having a capacity of 39,000 kv-a., and two 25,000-kw. electric steam generators 
have been installed at the Abitibi Power and Paper Company's plant at 
Smooth Rock Falls, to supply the Company with secondary power for the 
generation of steam. Nearly one hundred miles of 132, 000- volt transmission 
lines have been constructed to transmit power from the Abitibi Canyon 
development to customers in the district. 

Rat Rapids Development 

A small hydro-electric development is under construction at Rat Rapids, 
at the outlet of lake St. Joseph, and is designed to supply power to mining 
developments north of the lake in the District of Patricia. This power plant 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xv 

is seven hundred and thirty miles as the crow flies from Toronto, and in that 
great area north-west of lake Superior to the Manitoba boundary, it is probable 
that a number of similar small plants will have to be located. The cost of these 
plants will be returned by amortization carried for periods so short as to be 
well within the life of the mines they are called into existence to serve. 

All the developments in the region of the Province lying to the north and 
west of the line of the French river and lake Nipissing, except those of the 
Thunder Bay system, are the property of the Province, and are operated by 
this Commission as agent of the Government. Any losses sustained in operation 
heretofore have been recouped from the provincial treasury; profits which 
may accrue hereafter will become revenue of the provincial treasury. 

The Commission, as agent of the Department of Lands and Forests of 
Ontario, also carried through certain navigation improvements on the Root 
river, comprising three marine railways, channel improvements, and about 
three and a half miles of standard gauge railway. 

At the Howard Smith Paper Mills at Cornwall a 20,000-kv-a. transformer 
station and a 20,000-kw. electric steam generator have been installed and 
placed in operation. A transmission line was built from Ottawa to the Cornwall 
transformer station to provide a suitable power supply, at the latter point, 
on the termination of the supply from the Cedar Rapids Transmission 
Company. 

New Rural Consumers 

About one hundred and ninety miles of primary rural lines have been 
constructed and over eighteen hundred new consumers have been supplied 
with power during the year. 

A contract was let for, and- construction is well under way on, an addition 
to the present administration building on University avenue. 

Operating Conditions 

The operation of the various systems has measured up to the customary 
standard of the Commission; in spite of the severe weather conditions during 
the winter of 1933-34, interruptions were relatively few. Equipment failures 
of sufficient importance to mention were confined to the armature windings 
of generators No. 2 and No. 5 at the Ontario Power plant, and No. 2 synchron- 
ous condenser at Leaside. 

Generating capacity was somewhat reduced on the Georgian Bay system 
and at Chats Falls due to low stream flow. On the Georgian Bay system the 
resulting lack of energy was offset by the transfer of power from Niagara 
system through the Hanover frequency-changer station. 

Due to sub-normal precipitation and the lowering of Wanapitei lake for 
mining interests, some difficulty was experienced in maintaining sufficient 
stream flow in the Wanapitei river for the Commission's plants, and it was 
necessary to remove by blasting some obstructions above the Wanapitei dam. 
By the end of the fiscal year conditions had improved, and the storage basins 
were replenished. On all other systems water conditions were satisfactory. 



xvi TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

FINANCIAL SUMMARIES 
The financial statements embodied in this Report are presented in two 
main divisions, namely, a division — Section IX — which deals chiefly with 
the operations of the Commission in the generation, transformation and 
transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities and to 
certain large industries; and a division— Section X — which deals with the 
various operations of the municipal electric utilities in the localized distribution 
of electrical energy to consumers. In Section IX, "Rural Operating" reports 
are also given, which summarize the results of the local distribution of rural 
electrical service by the Commission to the individual consumers in rural power 
districts. This work is performed by the Commission on behalf of the respective 
townships co-operating to provide rural service. 

Capital Investment 
The total investment of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in power undertakings and hydro-electric railways is $287,387,957.03, exclusive 
of government grants in respect of construction of rural power districts' lines; 
and the investment of the municipalities in distributing systems and other 
assets is $110,836,805.08, making in power and hydro-electric railway under- 
takings a total investment of $398,224,762.11. 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective 
systems, districts and municipal undertakings: 

Niagara system $208,626,540.68 

Georgian Bay system 8,427,278.77 

Eastern Ontario system 19,851,622.12 

Thunder Bay system 18,679,610.73 

Manitoulin rural power district 35,472.86 

Nipissing rural power districts 22,751.21 

Northern Ontario properties 25,121,103.24 

Hydro-Electric railways 2,173,663.59 

Office and service buildings, construction plant, inventories, etc 4,449,913.83 

$287,387,957.03 

Municipalities' distribution systems — all systems 91,675,564.93 

Other assets of municipal Hydro utilities (exclusive of $29,274,340.46 of 

municipal sinking-fund equity in H-E.P.C. system) — all systems 19,161,240.15 

$398,224,762.11 



Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electric Utilities 
The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and insurance purposes amount to 
$138,392,201.38, made up as follows: 

Niagara system $55,092,547.51 

Georgian Bay system 3,153,898.87 

Eastern Ontario system 5,984,350.35 

Thunder Bay system 3,521,436.40 

Manitoulin rural power district and Nipissing rural power districts 12,714.03 

Northern Ontario properties 868,608.88 

Office and service buildings and equipment 750,935.63 

Bonnechere storage 5,417.39 

Total reserves in respect of Commission's properties $69,389,909.06 

Hydro-Electric railways (Guelph) 134,722.21 

Insurance, workmen's compensation and staff pensions 4,690,162.53 

Total reserves of the Commission $74,214,793.80 

Total reserves and surplus of municipal electric utilities 64,177,407.58 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $138,392,201.38 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xyii 

The total reserves of the Commission increased in 1934 by $4,781,533.55 
over the total for 1933, which was $69,433,260.25. The net increase in total 
reserves was, in 1934, less than in some former years. 

The consolidated balance sheet of the municipal electric utilities, on page 
284, shows a total cash balance of $2,215,914.31, and bonds and other invest- 
ments of $2,382,446.41. The total surplus in the municipal books now amounts 
to $44,744,584.69, in addition to depreciation and sundry other reserves 
aggregating $19,432,822.89; these two amounts making the total of 
$64,177,407.58 shown in the above table. The net increase in the municipal 
utilities' local reserves and surplus was $4,440,587.82 and the net increase 
in the total of Commission and municipal reserves for the year was 
$9,222,121.37. The increase of reserves since October 31, 1924, has been 
$99,351,663.06. 

Revenue of Commission 

The revenue of the Commission at interim rates from the municipal 
utilities operating under cost contracts, from customers in rural power districts 
and from other customers with whom — on behalf of the municipalities — the 
Commission has special contracts, all within the Niagara, Georgian Bay, 
Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay systems, Manitoulin Island and Nipissing 
rural power districts aggregates $28,213,252.72. The revenue of the Commission 
from customers served by the Northern Ontario properties, which are held 
and operated in trust for the Province, is $1,238,311.00, making a total of 
$29,451,563.72. 

Summarized operating results of these systems and rural power districts, 
and of the Northern Ontario properties, follow: 

SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 

Revenue from municipal electric utilities and other power 

customers $25,380,581.20 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts 2,832,671.52 

Total revenue, systems and rural $28,213,252.72 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $26,283,475.40 

Reserves for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and obsoles- 
cence provided in the year 4,823,318.99 

Total expenses and reserves $31,106,794.39 

Less: Appropriated from contingencies reserve 2,869,943.64 

Net total 28,236,850.75 

Net balance charged to municipalities under cost contracts $ 23,598.03 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Revenue from customers $ 1,238,311.00 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $1,355,756.05 

Reserves for renewals and contingencies 220,309.02 

Total expenses and reserves 1,576,065.07 

Balance, which is charged to Province of Ontario, subject to 

repayment out of any future surplus earnings of the properties $ 337 ,754. 07 

Rural Electrical Service 

There is now rather more than $18,300,000 invested in the rural power 
district systems established by the Commission. Towards this rural work the 



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No. 26 



Ontario Government, pursuant to its policy of promoting the basic industry 
of agriculture, has, in the form of grants-in-aid, contributed 50 per cent of the 
costs of transmission lines and equipment, or some $9,000,000. 

Segregated from the summary of the Commission's operating revenues as a 
whole, which has been presented above, the data relating to rural power dis- 
tricts show in the aggregate a revenue from rural customers of $2,832,671.52 
which was $76,295.20 less than the total cost, including reserve requirements 
computed at the customary rates. 

RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— OPERATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1934 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian 

Bay 
system 


Eastern 
Ontario 
system 


Thunder 

Bay 
system 


Mani- 

toulin 

rural 

power 

district 


Nipissing 
rural 
power 

districts 


Totals 


Cost of power as 
provided to be 
paid under 
PowerCommis- 
sion Act 


$ c. 

831,512.85 

529,535.07 
301,774.53 
259,028.24 

129,514.12 

68,856.46 


$ c. 

102,384.33 

58,267.17 
36,986.15 
30,557.10 

15,278.55 
8,450.52 


$ c. 

183,714.46 

122,170.71 
82,273.43 
65,611.42 

32,805.71 
17,540.50 


c. 

3,177.88 

3,531.59 

2,818.50 
2,280.75 

1,140.37 
600.41 


$ c. 

3,750.00 

2,313.61 
1,888.53 
1,288.67 

644.33 
373.52 


$ c. 

4,399.67 

2,013.95 
998.33 
840.14 

420.07 
225.08 


$ c. 
1,128,939.19 


Cost of operation, 
maintenance 
and adminis- 
tration 


717,832.10 


Interest 


426,739.47 


Renewals 


359,606.32 


Obsolescence aod 

contingencies. 
Sinking fund...' 


179,803.15 
96,046.49 


Total expenses.. 
Revenue from 
customers 


2,120,221.27 
2,080,385.53 


251,923.82 
242,562.04 


504,116.23 
479,968.71 


13,549.50 
11,793.92 


10,258.66 
8,235.38 


8,897.24 
9,725.94 


2,908,966.72 
2,832,671.52 


Balances credited 
to districts or 
charged to 
municipalities 
comprising dis- 
tricts: 

Net credit, all 
districts 












828.70 


828.70 


Net charge, all 
districts 


39,835.74 


9,361.78 


24,147.52 


1,755.58 


2,023.28 


77,123.90 








Net charge, all 
systems 














76,295.20 



















Municipal Electric Utilities 
The following is a summation of the year's operation of the local electric 
utilities conducted by municipalities receiving power under cost contracts 
with the Commission: 

Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $31,970,390.08 

Cost of power $19,591,887.79 

Operation, maintenance and administration 5,093,212.46 

Interest 2,204,994.25 

Sinking fund and principal payments on debentures 2,358,169.12 

Depreciation and other reserves 2,036,637.33 

Total 31,284,900.95 

Surplus $ 685,489.13 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xix 

The following statements respecting the several systems and the Northern 
Ontario properties summarize the financial features of their operation. The 
municipalities included in each system, the territories served by each system, 
and the power supplies provided for each system, are shown on the map at 
the end of the Report and in tabular statements in the body of the Report. 

Niagara System 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Niagara system amounts to $208,626,540.68. This amount 
includes the investment in the power properties purchased from the Dominion 
Power and Transmission Company (which have been merged with, and now 
form part of the Niagara system), also the Commission's share of the generating 
plant at Chats Falls, together with the transformer and switching stations 
at that point and the transmission lines from the Ottawa river to the Niagara 
system. The accumulated reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies 
and sinking fund, aggregate $55,092,547.51. 

From customers in the rural power districts of this system the revenue 
received by the Commission for the year was $2,080,385.53, and the total 
cost of supplying service was $2,120,221.27, leaving a balance of $39,835.74, 
which has been charged to the rural power districts of this system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various urban municipalities 
of the Niagara system served under cost contracts, the cost of power as adjusted 
by the Commission at the close of the year was $123,106.85 more than the total 
amount collected at the interim rates and this sum has been charged to the 
municipal utilities. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $26,191,701.88, an increase of $1,167,263.19 as compared with the 
previous year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including 
interest, setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to 
$1,655,012.39, and providing $2,161,666.45 for the retirement of instalment 
and sinking fund debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal 
electric utilities served by the Niagara system amounted to $239,441 . 59. 

Georgian Bay System 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Georgian Bay system amounts to $8,427,278.77. The 
accumulated reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking 
fund aggregate $3,153,898.87. 

From customers in the rural power districts of this system the revenue 
received by the Commission for the year was $242,562.04, and the total cost 
of supplying service was $251,923.82, leaving a balance of $9,361.78, which 
has been charged to the rural power districts of this system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various urban municipalities 
of the Georgian Bay system served under cost contracts, the cost of power 
supplied by the Commission during the year was $95,695.11 less than the 
total amount collected at the interim rates and this sum has been credited to 
the municipal utilities. 



xx TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,169,921.21, an increase of $34,665.86 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $74,603.00, and 
providing $54,745.02 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund deben- 
tures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Georgian Bay system amounted to $86,378.01. 

Eastern Ontario System 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Eastern Ontario system amounts to $19,851,622.12. 
The accumulated reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking 
fund aggregate $5,984,350.35. 

From customers in the rural power districts of this system the revenue 
received by the Commission for the year was $479,968.71, and the total cost 
of supplying service was $504,116.23, leaving a balance of $24,147.52, which 
has been charged to the rural power districts of this system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various urban municipalities 
of the Eastern Ontario system served under cost contracts, the cost of power 
supplied by the Commission during the year was $133,854.36 less than the 
total amount collected at the interim rates and this sum has been credited to 
the municipal utilities. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $3,308,659.41, an increase of $165,809.26 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $184,205.05, and 
providing $125,546.87 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund 
debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Eastern Ontario system amounted to $294,876.54. 

Thunder Bay System 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Thunder Bay system amounts to $18,679,610.73. The 
accumulated reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking 
fund aggregate $3,521,436.40. 

From customers in the rural power districts of this system the revenue 
received by the Commission for the year was $11,793.92, and the total cost 
of supplying service was $13,549.50, leaving a balance of $1,755.58, which 
has been charged to the rural power districts of this system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various urban municipalities 
of the Thunder Bay system served under cost contracts, the cost of power 
supplied by the Commission during the year was $53,745.45 more than the total 
amount collected at the interim rates and this sum has been charged to the 
municipal utilities. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,300,107.58, a decrease of $25,190.11 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $39,804.75, and 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxi 

providing $16,210.78 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund deben- 
tures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Thunder Bay system amounted to $64,792.99. 

Northern Ontario Properties 

In accordance with the agreement under which the Commission holds and 
operates the Northern Ontario properties in trust, for the Province, the pro- 
perties are for purpose of financial administration treated as one unit. The 
total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the Province in the 
Northern Ontario properties is $25,121,103.24, and the accumulated reserves 
for renewals, obsolescence and contingencies aggregate $868,608.88. 

The costs of operation for the year, including interest and the sum of 
$220,309.02 set aside to renewals and contingencies reserves, were $1,576,065.07. 
The costs exceeded the revenues from customers supplied with power from 
the Northern Ontario properties, by $337,754.07, which amount, in accordance 
with the governing agreement, is charged to the Province, subject to repayment 
out of any future surplus earnings of the properties. 

The Annual Report 

The Table of Contents, pages xxv and xxvi, conveys a good understanding 
of the scope of the matters dealt with in the Report, to which there is also a 
comprehensive Index. To those not conversant with the Commission's Reports 
the following notes will be useful. 

In Section II, pages 5 to 57, dealing with the Operation of the Systems, 
are a number of interesting diagrams showing, graphically, the monthly loads 
on the several systems and districts. Tables are also presented showing the 
amounts of power taken by the various municipalities in October during the 
past three years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
interest and special reference to this is made in Section III, on pages 65 to 84. 
The power distributed to rural districts is, and possibly must always be, but 
a relatively small proportion of the power distributed by the Commission. The 
supplying of electrical service in rural areas, and especially on the farm, has, 
however, been of great economic benefit to Ontario. The Provincial Government 
grants-in-aid of the capital cost of this work have been of value to agricultural 
activities, and have assisted the Commission to extend rural transmission lines 
to many areas. 

In Sections IV, V and VI will be found information respecting progress of 
work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 

About one-half of the Report is devoted to financial and other statistical 
data which are presented in two Sections IX and X. 

Section IX presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the Commission chiefly in the generation, transformation and 
transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities. It is 
introduced by an important explanatory statement which appears on pages 
133 to 137, to which special reference should be made. 



xxii TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Section X presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the municipalities in the localized distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers. It also contains details of the costs of electrical energy to 
consumers in the various municipalities and tabular statements of the rates in 
force which have produced these costs. An explanation of the various tables 
and statements is given at the commencement of this Section on pages 277 
to 279, and a special introduction to Statement "D," which relates to the cost 
of electrical service in Ontario, together with a diagram, appears on pages 
402 to 405. 

In its Annual Reports the Commission aims to present a comprehensive 
statement respecting the activities of the whole undertaking under its adminis- 
tration. Explanatory statements are suitably placed throughout the Report. 
The Commission receives many letters asking for general information respecting 
its activities, as well as requests for specific information concerning certain 
phases of its operations. In most cases these enquiries can satisfactorily be 
answered by simply directing attention to information presented in the Annual 
Report of the Commission. 



During the year of which this summary is a record, the personnel of the 
Commission has been entirely changed. When the year began on 1st November, 
1933, the Commissioners were Honourable J. R. Cooke (Chairman), Mr. C. 
Alfred Maguire (Vice-Chairman), and Right Honourable Arthur Meighen. 
Mr. Meighen resigned on May 18, 1934, and by Order-in-Council, dated July 
11, 1934, the other two members of the Commission were retired from office, 
Mr. T. Stewart Lyon (Chairman), Honourable Arthur W. Roebuck and Hon- 
ourable T. B. McQuesten being appointed in their stead, the latter two serving 
without salary. 

Extensive changes have been made in the personnel of the chief officials 
of the Commission, among those retired were Mr. F. A. Gaby, chief engineer, 
Honourable I. B. Lucas, general solicitor, Mr. A. V. White, consulting engineer 
and Mr. E. A. Hugill, head of the Right-of-Way department. Mr. J. W. 
Gilmour, treasurer, retired on pension immediately before the present Com- 
mission assumed office, and Mr. John Littlejohn retired on pension shortly 
after the present Commission assumed office. Mr. Littlejohn had charge of 
the Insurance department of the Commission. The position of treasurer has 
not been filled. Mr. T. K. Jones, formerly assistant-treasurer, is now acting- 
treasurer. The duties of Mr. Gaby have been divided, for the most part, between 
Dr. T. H. Hogg, who has become engineer in charge of construction and 
operation, and Mr. R. T. Jeffery, who is in charge of municipal relations and 
power sales. 

At the close of the fiscal year further changes in staff were pending, 
which it was believed would still further reduce the administrative cost, without 
any lessening of efficiency. Most of the officials slated for retirement have 
reached the age of 60 years and were entitled to retiring allowances under 
the system of contributory pensions, which has been in operation since 1923. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxiii 

It is. the opinion of the undersigned that these changes have promoted rather 
than retarded the spirit of goodwill and co-operation that must exist in an 
organization so complicated and so large as that of the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario, if the best possible service is to be rendered by the 
members of the staff. 

There is evidence that in their dealings with the local power commissions, 
with private consumers of energy and with the public generally, the members 
of the staff in all departments have a firm grasp of the basic principle under- 
lying the operations of the Commission, that of providing light and power at 
cost to all sections of the people of the Province. There will always be con- 
sumers with grievances to present to the officials and to the Commission for 
redress. Assurance can be given that such grievances will not be treated 
cavalierly, but will be enquired into, without prejudice, and settled with a 
desire to do justice in every case. 

Since the closing of the books of the Commission for the year ending 
October 31, 1934, there has been a continuing increase in the power sales of 
the Commission. It has not been so great as the optimistic prophets of former 
years believed it would be, but it has shown a steady upward curve. This has 
been true especially in Northern Ontario, where much of the increase in the 
output of gold mining companies has been due to the provision made by the 
Commission for the sale of power at prices materially below those obtaining 
before the Commission entered the field in competition for gold mining power 
loads. 

Respectfully submitted, 

T. Stewart Lyon, 

Chairman 



xxiv TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



Toronto, Ontario, March 31st, 1935- 

T. Stewart Lyon, Esq., 

Chairman, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Sir, — I Rave the honour to transmit herewith the Twenty-seventh Annual 
Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year 
ended October 31st, 1934. 

I have the honour to be, 
Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

W. W. Pope, 

Secretary 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxv 



CONTENTS 

Section page 

I. Legal Proceedings: 

Acts (see also Appendix I) -----_-_.___ j 
Right-of-way -----.---_...__._ 2 

II. Operation of the Systems: 

General ------------- _ _ _ _ 5 

Niagara system ------------__ 12 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 28 

Eastern Ontario system --------.--- 33 

Thunder Bay system -------------43 

Manitoulin rural power district --------- 47 

Northern Ontario properties -----------47 

III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system - - - 58 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 60 

Eastern Ontario system ------------ 61 

Thunder Bay system --- __.__62 

Manitoulin rural power district --------- 62 

Northern Ontario properties -----------62 

Rural Electrical Service ------------ 65 



IV. Hydraulic Engineering and Construction: 

General ---------------- 85 

Niagara system -------------- 86 

Georgian Bay system -------------86 

Thunder Bay system ---- -- 87 

Northern Ontario properties -----------87 

Hydraulic investigations ----------- 92 



V. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system ---------------93 

Georgian Bay system -- 94 

Eastern Ontario system -95 

Thunder Bay system --- - 96 

Northern Ontario properties -----------96 



VI. Transmission, Distribution and Rural systems (see also Appendices II and III) : 

Niagara system --------------- 101 

Georgian Bay system ------------ 104 

Eastern Ontario system ------------ 104 

Thunder Bay system ------------ 105 

Northern Ontario properties ----------- 105 

Telephone lines — all systems ---------- 106 

Distribution lines and systems ---------- 107 



xxvi TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Section page 

VII. Testing, Research, Inspection ----------- 113 

Electrical Inspection - - 126 

VIII. Electric Railways: 

guelph district railway ------------ 129 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg railway ------ 131 

IX. Financial Statements re Hydro-Electric Power Commission: 

Explanatory statement respecting the accounts ------ 133 

General detailed statement of assets and liabilities - - - - 138 

Niagara system --------------- 154 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 208 

Eastern Ontario system ------------ 230 

Thunder Bay system --- ----- 252 

Manitoulin island rural power district -------- 258 

Northern Ontario properties ----------- 262 

Provincial Treasurer, account with --------- 266 

guelph radial railway ------------ 268 

Hamilton street railway ----------- 270 

Appropriations, advances and capital expenditures- - -272 

X. Municipal Accounts and Statistical Data: 

Explanatory statement ------------ 277 

Consolidated balance sheet ----------- 280 

Consolidated operating report ---------- 285 

Statement A — Balance sheets ----------- 290 

Statement B — Detailed operating reports ------- 336 

Statement C — Respecting street lights -------- 383 

Statement D — Comparative revenue, consumption, number of con- 
sumers, AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL, NET COST PER KILOWATT-HCUR, ETC. - 402 

Statement E — Cost of power to municipalities and rates to consumers 

FOR DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL LIGHTING AND POWER SERVICE - 420 

Appendix I. Acts ---- ------------ 437 

Appendix II. Transmission Line Records ---------- 438 

Appendix III. Distributing Lines and Systems --------- 442 

Appendix IV. Royal Commission re Abitibi Enquiry ------- 448 

Index -------------------- 475 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxvii 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

PAGE 

Power for the Gold Mines of Northern Ontario ------ Frontispiece 

Forestry Division — Operating Department: 

Hazards to life, property and service - - - - - - - - - -11 

Tree mutilation versus scientific pruning --------- 13 

Rural Electrical Service in Ontario: 

Suggested set-up of utility-motor chopper in barn -------67 

Milk cooling by electric refrigeration with agitation ------ 69 

Low-set greenhouse with electric soil heating of benches, exterior - - 71 
Low-set greenhouse with electric soil heating of benches, interior - 71 
Comparative growths in hot-beds ------------72 

Harvesting egg plants propagated by electric soil heat ----- 73 

Field of sweet potatoes, sprouts produced by electric soil heat - 77 

Eugenia Falls Development — Test Section of Wood-Stave Conduit - - - - 86 

Wanapitei Lake Storage — Looking Upstream from Main Dam ------ 87 

Rat Rapids Development — Albany River: 

Main dam site at outlet of lake St. Joseph --------- 88 

Wing dam and power house intake - -----------89 

Improved Transportation for Northern Ontario: 

Crest of Nattaway fall, Root river ---------- 90 

Marine railway at Lynx fall, Root river ----------90 

Winding engine, portage car and scow ---------- 91 

Railway connecting lac Seul and lake St. .Joseph -- -- - - - -91 

Kirkland Lake Transformer Station - - - -- - - - -- - 97 

Matache wan Transformer Station -- - -■■-.- - - - - - - -98 

Winter Transportation in Northern Ontario --------- 99 

Transformer Station at Smooth Rock Falls ---------- 100 

Transmission Lines Northern Ontario Properties: 

Wood-pole 132,000-volt line between Iroquois Falls and Kirkland Lake - 103 

HUNTA SWITCHING STRUCTURE, SHOWING 132,000-VOLT LINES - - - - - - 105 

Testing and Research Laboratories: 

Comparative effect of corrosion on two types of weld metal - 115 

Potential indicator for 220, 000-volt circuits --------- 117 

Wood-pole preservation studies - ..- - - - - - - - - - 118 

Field equipment for measuring transmission line vibrations ----- 119 

Curvature recqrds of vibrations, - - - - - - - - r - - 119 

v Tests to determine the strength of insulator pins - - - - ■*!»-*. - 121 



xxviii TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



DIAGRAMS 

PAGE 

All Systems combined — Peak loads, 1930 to 1934 -------- 6 

Niagara system — Peak loads, 1910 to 1934 -----------16 

Niagara system — Total kilowatt-hour load, 1919 to 1934 ------ 19 

Dominion Power and Transmission system — Diagram of stations ----- 21 

Niagara system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing ------- 24 

Georgian Bay system — Peak Loads, 1919 to 1934 ---------29 

Georgian Bay system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing ----- 32 

Eastern Ontario system — Peak loads for all districts - -------35 

Precipitation diagram — Otonabee watershed -------- 36 

Central Ontario district — General operating data -------37 

Ottawa district — Peak loads, 1917 to 1934 __-_ 39 

Madawaska district — Diagram of stations ---------40 

Eastern Ontario system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing ----- 42 

Thunder Bay system — Peak loads, 1921 to 1934 ---------44 

Thunder Bay system — Diagram of stations ---------- 46 

Northern Ontario properties — Diagram of stations --------48 

Nipissing district — Peak loads, 1921 to 1934 --------- 49 

Sudbury district — Peak loads, 1930 to 1934 ---------51 

Abitibi district — Peak loads, 1931 to 1934 --------- 53 

Patricia district — Peak loads, 1930 to 1934 ---------56 

Rural power districts — Mileage of primary lines approved ------ 74 

Aggregate peak loads, 1921 to 1934 -----------75 

Rural power districts — Diagram illustrating growth of ----- 111 

Electrical inspection department — Chart illustrating operations - - - - 127 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS OPERATING STATISTICS -------- 130 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway — Operating statistics - - - - 132 

Cost of electrical service in Municipalities served by The Hydro-Electric 

Power Commission ---------------- 403 



MAP 

Transmission lines and stations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario At end of volume 



TWENTY- SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



SECTION I 



LEGAL 

AT the 1934 Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario 
an Act to amend The Power Commission Act, entitled The Power Com- 
mission Act 1934, was passed. It is reproduced in full in Appendix I of this 
Report. 

The agreements between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario and the municipalities and corporations mentioned in the list hereunder 
given were approved by Order-in-Council, dated the 16th day of November, 
1934. 

Villages Townships 

Cobden Sept. 6, 1934 Bromley June 23, 1934 

Carrick Oct. 16, 1933 

Culross Oct. 17, 1933 

Dalhousie and North Sher- 

brooke Dec. 15, 1933 

London Sept. 7, 1933 

Mountain Jan. 16, 1934 

Thorah Sept. 8, 1933 

Corporations 

American Cyanamid Company Dec. 16, 1933 

Canadian Industries Limited May 31, 1933 

Davis Leather Company Limited Oct. 1, 1933 

His Majesty The King, represented by the Deputy Minister of National Defence 

of the Dominion of Canada — Contract "A" Sept. 1, 1933 

His Majesty The King, represented by the Deputy Minister of National Defence 

of the Dominion of Canada — Contract "B" Sept. 1, 1933 

Howard Smith Paper Mills Limited— 5,000 H.P Mar. 5, 1934 

Howard Smith Paper Mills Limited — Surplus Power Mar. 5, 1934 

Howard Smith Paper Mills Limited— 2,400 H.P June 20, 1934 

[1] 

1— HE. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



RIGHT-OF-WAY 

Rural Power Lines 

Wood-pole lines and extensions were constructed in the following rural 
power districts during the year: Alexandria, Aylmer, Bala, Barrie, Baysville, 
Beamsville, Beaumaris, Beaverton, Belleville, Brant, Chesterville, Cobourg, 
Fenelon Falls, Goderich, Grantham and Homer, Gravenhurst, Haldimand, 
Hawkestone, Huntsville, Innisfil, Iroquois, Kingston, Lakefield, Lindsay, 
London, Markdale, Martintown, Maxville, Millbrook, Napanee, Niagara, 
Norwood, Omemee, Oshawa, Owen Sound, Peterboro, Preston, Simcoe, Smiths 
Falls, Sparrow Lake, St. Thomas, Strathroy, Trenton, Utterson, Uxbridge, 
Walsingham, Waterdown, Welland, Wellington, Williamsburg. 



Where possible, rural power lines are constructed on public highways 
or roads, but in a few cases, in order to avoid cutting trees or owing to special 
local conditions, lines have been placed on private property. In such cases 
the necessary right-of-way has been acquired and compensation made for 
tree trimming or cutting. In a number of cases, due to highway construction 
improvement, it has been necessary to re-locate existing pole lines. Satisfactory 
arrangements have been made with the Department or Commission having 
jurisdiction over these roads. 



High- and Low-Tension Wood-Pole Lines 

Right-of-way easements and tree trimming rights have been secured for 
the construction of various wood-pole lines listed in the following table: 



TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL LINES ON WHICH 

CONSTRUCTION WORK WAS DONE DURING THE YEAR ENDING 

OCTOBER 31, 1934 

Albion Park junction to Woodbridge distributing station. 

Aylmer junction to Port Stanley distributing station. 

Ayr junction to Ayr distributing station. 

Ayr junction to Drumbo distributing station. 

Baden distributing station to Wellesley. 

Brantford Sand and Gravel junction to L. E. & N. railway junction. 

Burlington distributing station to National Fireproofing junction. 

DeCew Falls generating station to Bartonville switching station. 

DeCew Falls generating station to Thorold junction. 

Derby Mills junction to Hepworth distributing station. 

Dundalk junction to Priceville distributing station. 

Erbs junction to Hanover frequency changer station. 

Essex transformer station to Maidstone junction. 

Eugene Phillips junction to Brockville distributing station. 

Fletcher junction to Merlin distributing station. 

Fletcher junction to Tilbury distributing station. 

Forfar distributing station to Westport. 

Fraxa junction to Orangeville distributing station. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



High- and Low-Tension Wood-Pols Lines — Continued 

Glendale junction to Lambeth junction. 

Islington junction to Weston junction. 

London transformer station to Strathroy. 

Mount Joy distributing station to Ringwood distributing station. 

Napanee rural station to Bath. 

Newcombe junction to Welcome junction. 

Nipissing power house to Bingham Chute junction. 

Norwich junction to Tillsonburg. 

Paris to Ayr junction. 

Picton junction to Wellington distributing station. 

Prince Albert junction to Como junction. 

Ruthven junction to Leamington distributing station. 

Tara distributing station to Port Elgin junction. 

Tiffin junction to Midland distributing station. 

Waterloo rural station to Bridgeport. 

Waubaushene switching station to Midland distributing station. 

Wellington distributing station to Picton distributing station. 

Williamsburg distributing station to Winchester distributing station. 

Winchester junction to Williamsburg distributing station. 

Woodbridge distributing station to Kleinburg distributing station. 

Woodstock transformer station to Norwich junction. 

York junction to Kipling Avenue junction. 



Substation Sites 

Two sites were purchased during the year for Marmora d stributing station 
and Louth distributing station. 

High-Voltage Lines 

Further settlements for right-of-way, tree trimming rights and damages 
in connection with high-voltage lines were made. The lines involved in this 
work include the 220, 000- volt line from the Quebec boundary to Chats Falls, 
over which power from the Beauharnois Company and the McLaren Company 
is transmitted to connect with the 220, 000- volt lines from Chats Falls to the 
Niagara system at Toronto, and the 110,000-volt 60-cycle line from Ottawa 
to Cornwall. 

In a number of cases satisfactory settlements could not be reached by 
negotiation and awards were made under arbitration proceedings. 

Northern Ontario Properties 

Negotiations with the Sylvanite Gold Mining Company for a site for a 
transformer and distributing station at Kir kl and Lake are proceeding. With 
respect to the Iroquois Falls to Kirkland Lake transmission line, 26 settlements 
were made and negotiations respecting others are in hand. In certain cases 
poles and anchors have been placed on rough land, the owners of which have 
not yet been traced. In connection with the Kirkland Lake-Matachewan line, 
easements are being prepared to enable distribution lines to reach various 
mining companies. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



General 

Additional portions of the right-of-way of the Brantford and Hamilton 
Electric Railway were sold to the owners of adjoining properties. Practically 
all of this right-of-way has now been disposed of except portions at either end 
in connection with which negotiations are being carried on with the Department 
of Highways. It is hoped that these portions can be utilized for highway 
purposes. 

Certain other lands not required by the Commission were sold. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Operating Conditions 

Low stream flow reduced the available capacity of the generating stations 
in the Georgian Bay system and of Chats Falls station. In the Georgian Bay 
system the situation was relieved by the transfer of power from the Niagara 
system through the frequency-changer station at Hanover. In the Niagara 
system there was sufficient surplus capacity so that the reduced capacity of 
Chats Falls caused no interference with service. In other systems stream flow 
conditions were generally satisfactory. 

The extremely cold weather from the latter part of December, 1933, to 
the middle of February, 1934, caused a few interruptions to service in different 
parts of the Province due to the contraction and breakage of conductors, 
but the transmission lines in general stood up well. 

Load Conditions 

During the year the combined systems carried the largest load in their 
history. The yearly peak, i.e., the sum of the peak loads of all the systems, was 
1,600,314 horsepower, 16.6 per cent in excess of the corresponding figure for 
last year. The total energy generated and purchased amounted to 6,419,998,863 
kilowatt-hours, an increase of 39 per cent over 1933. 

Unfortunately these large increases in total load do not reflect correspond- 
ing increases in revenue for they include large quantities of secondary power for 
which the revenue received is very much less than that received from primary 
power. Twenty-eight per cent of the total load was made up of secondary energy 
and the increases mentioned above are largely due to increases in that type 
of load. It will be apparent, then, that the primary load gives a better indica- 
tion of revenue and industrial conditions than does the total load. For this 
reason the former has been given special prominence throughout this Report, 
which for the first time shows both the primary and total loads in graphic form. 

From a study of the load data the following broad statement can be made 
concerning the trend of primary load: The downward trend of primary load 
commenced in the latter part of 1930, and continued throughout 1931 and 1932, 
reaching its lowest levels in the early part of 1933. During the spring and 
summer of 1933 there was a rapid recovery, which was referred to in last year's 
Report. The rate of increase was not so great during the latter part of 1933 
and the early part of 1934, but rose again rapidly in the spring of 1934. In the 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



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1,200.000 



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600.000 



400,000 



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1,400,000 



1,200,000 



1,000,000 



800,000 



600.000 



400,000 



200,000 



latter part of the year the rate of increase was again somewhat less. Over the 
complete period from the early part of 1933 to the end of 1934 there has been a 
general upward trend, but the rate of increase has been smaller than in normal 
times. 



In many territories the result of this general upward trend has been a 
complete recovery of the lost load, in fact the primary load this year has 
generally exceeded the 1930 peaks. Unfortunately, however, this is not the 
case in the Niagara system as the graphic record clearly shows when allowance 
is made for the fact that the load of the Dominion Power and Transmission 
district which has been included from November 1, 1931, onward was not 
included in the 1930 peak. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



It is not suggested that this statement of trend is clearly borne out by 
every one of the system primary load graphs, in fact both the table and the 
graphs contain what appear to be discrepancies and contradictions, some of 
which, however, are explainable and disappear upon closer study. 

It has been customary to compare the current year's loads for the various 
systems and districts with the load for the previous year. In order to simplify 
this comparison in this Report, a table which shows both primary and total 
load, is here given. It will be noted that the figures show a wide variation in 
the gains from the preceding year. This is largely due to the fact that progress 
during the last two years has not been uniformly continuous. Under such 
circumstances, figures for increases over the corresponding month of the 
previous year are necessarily erratic — in some cases gains appear unduly 
favourable because the corresponding figure for the previous year was unduly 
low; in other cases the reverse is true. 

COMPARISON OF LOADS 
Showing the Per Cent Increase in 1934 Over the Corresponding Period for 1933 



System 



Fiscal Year 1934 



Yearly- 
peak load 
Increase 



Energy 

in kw-hrs. 

Increase 



December 1934 



Monthly 
peak load 
Increase 



Energy 
in kw-hrs. 
Increase 



PRIMARY LOADS 



Niagara 25-cycle 

Dominion Power & Transmission 

Eastern Ontario 

Georgian Bay 

Thunder Bay 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Nipissing district 

Sudbury district 

Patricia district 

Abitibi district 

All systems 



Per cent 


Per cent 


Per cent 


—0.2 


8.0 


2.5 


7.4 


14.4 


4.4 


6.5 


'11.0 


5.3 


4.7 


5.9 


5.2 


—1.6 


1.4 


• 27.3 


2.7 


2.7 


2.7 


5.4 


30.8 


1.6 


7.7 


32.6 


4.4 


98.3 


88.2 


123.0 


2.2 


9.5 


5.7 



Per cent 
4.2 
1.2 
7.0 
6.1 
39.8 

3.0 

7.8 

—1.0 

181.0 

9.0 



TOTAL SYSTEM LOADS— PRIMARY AND SECONDARY 



Niagara 25-cycle 

All other systems, total loads 

All systems 



12.2 
31.2 


35.2 
54.2 


1.5 
17.2 


16.6 


39.2 


5.4 



—5.2 
22.7 

1.3 



Note — Minus sign indicates decreases. 



The amount of power generated in each of the Commission's generating 
stations and the amount of power purchased from each source is shown herein 
in a table similar to that which has appeared in previous Reports. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



TOTAL POWER GENERATED 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 





Maximum 


Peak load 


Total output 




normal 


during fiscal year 


during fiscal year 


Generating plants 


plant 




















capacity 


1932-33 


1933-34 


1932-33 


1933-34 




Oct. 31, 1934 


horse- 


horse- 


kilowatt- 


kilowatt- 




horsepower 


power 


power 


hours 


hours 


Niagara system 












Queenston-Chippawa — Niagara river 


500,000 


461,126 


455,764 


1,834,328,000 


2,028,891,000 


"Ontario Power" — Niagara river 


180,000 


119,303 


164,879 


145,624,000 


549,339,000 


"Toronto Power" — Niagara river 


150,000 


70,375 


136,729 


64,521,000 


245,698,000 


Chats Falls (Ontario half)— Ottawa 












river 


96,000 


94,504 


97,185 


124,024,550 


222,959,000 


DeCew Falls— Welland Canal 


50,000 


42,091 


47,450 


97,082,300 


120,348,300 


Steam Plant — Hamilton 


24,000 




3,753 


24,800 


—1,869,200 


Georgian Bay system 












South Falls — South Muskoka river 


5,600 


6,011 


5,866 


20,495,760 


20,391,840 


Hanna Chute — South Muskoka river.. 


1,600 


1,609 


1,743 


6,676,800 


5,690,400 


Trethewey Falls — South Muskokariver 


2,300 


2,145 


2,145 


8,925,600 


8,258,400 


Bala No. 1 and 2 — Muskoka river 


600 


583 


576 


2,224,344 


2,772,888 


Big Chute — Severn river 


5,800 


5,791 


5,791 


16,396,920 


19,740,840 


Wasdells Falls — Severn river 


1,200 


1,227 


1,139 


3,403,240 


3,599,520 


Eugenia Falls — Beaver river 


7,800 


7,614 


7,748 


17,794,960 


13,593,600 


Hanover — Saugeen river 


400 


382 


389 


104,524 


506,736 


Walkerton — Saugeen river 


500 


503 


476 


1,307,100 


1,900,800 


Southampton — Saugeen river 


300 














Eastern Ontario system 












Sidney-Dam No. 2— Trent river 


4,500 


3,619 


4,960 


7,826,700 


14,500,900 


Frankford-Dam No. 5 — Trent river.... 


3,500 


1,810 


3,753 


225,500 


6,250,300 


M eyersburg-D am No . 8 — Trent river .... 


7,000 


7,507 


7,828 


11,160,530 


22,117,420 


Hague'sReach-DamNo.9 — Trentriver 


4,500 


4,625 


5,295 


7,245,700 


12,502,030 


Ranney Falls-Dam No. 10— Trentriver 


10,500 


10,456 


10,858 


13,937,820 


30,101,880 


Seymour-Dam No. 11 — Trent river... 


4,200 


3,150 


4,759 


7,981,130 


14,696,160 


Heely Falls-Dam No. 14 — Trent river 


15,300 


15,282 


16,086 


20,118,400 


36,489,320 


Auburn-Dam No. 18 — Otonabee river 


2,400 


1,984 


2,480 


6,467,050 


9,558,790 


FenelonFalls-Dam30 — Sturgeon river.. 


1,000 


938 


1,046 


1,410,300 


1,176,550 


High Falls — Mississippi river 


3,000 


3,117 


3,264 


4,263,720 


7,325,640 


Carleton Place — Mississippi river 


400 


375 


228 


11,848 


840 


Calabogie — Madawaska river 


5,400 


1,588 


1,729 


4,433,951 


5,048,472 


Galetta — Mississippi river 


1,100 


402 


690 


12,660 


8,800 


Thunder Bay system 












Cameron Falls— -Nipigon river 


73,500 


48,700 


73,100 


115,494,000 


269,658,000 


Alexander — Nipigon river 


50,000 


48,200 


53,300 


173,030,400 


221,205,600 


Northern Ontario properties 












Nipissing district 












Nipissing — South river 


2,100 


2,366 


2,279 


4,728,040 


6,392,080 


Bingham Chute — South river 


1,200 


1,307 


1,314 


3,040,800 


2,770,240 


Elliott Chute— South river 


1,700 


1,910 


1,944 


3,989,000 


2,916,200 


Sudbury district 












Coniston — Wanapitei river 


5,900 


5,563 


5,429 


16,322,328 


20,942,088 


M cVittie — Wanapitei river 


2,900 


2,882 


2,882 


12,076,344 


17,013,624 


Stinson — Wanapitei river 


7,500 


6,233 


6,166 


17,335,704 


21,851,040 


Patricia district 












Ear Falls — English river 


4,000 


2,627 


2,828 


10,679,000 


14,160,500 


Abitibi district 












Abitibi Canyon — Abitibi river 


110,000 


45,389 


67,024 


30,950,000 


236,413,950 


Total generated 


1,347,700 


* 


* 


2,815,674,823 


4,214,921,548 







*Because the peak loads on the various generating plants and purchased power sources usually 
occur at different times, the sum of the individual peak loads would not represent the sum of the peak 
loads on the systems. These, in the case of each system must relate to the maximum load occurring at 
any one time. Consequently, the column headed "Peak Load" is not totalled. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



AND PURCHASED— ALL SYSTEMS 

POWER PURCHASED 





Contract 

amount 

horsepower 

Oct. 31, 1934 


Total purchased 


Power source 


1932-33 
kilowatt-hours 


1933-34 
kilowatt-hours 


Canadian Niagara Power Co. — 25-cycle 

Gatineau Power Co. — 25-cycle 


20,000 
260,000 

96,000 
129,000 

40,000 


95,132,300 

1,074,498,785* 
124,024,550 
157,340,000 
28,835,,800 

57,855,000 


95,665,400 
1,171,560,825* 


Ottawa Valley Power Co. 


222,959,000 


Beauharnois Light, Heat & Power Co 


355,120,000 


MacLaren Quebec Power Co 


106,036,000 


Canadian Niagara Power Co. — For D.P. & T. 
66-cycle system^! 


10,037,000 


Welland Ship Canal f 




46,400 


Campbellford Water & Light Commission J .. 
Cedars Rapids Power Co.§ 










29,779,500 

831,600 

2,822,800 

63,660,600 

128,241,500** 

—734,530 

99,200 

34,054,060 


23,157,000 


M. F. Beach Estate 


500 

487 

20,000 

42,000 


980,800 


Rideau Power Co 


2,740,700 


Ottawa & Hull Power & Mfg. Co 


64,078,200 


Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle 


152,113,942** 


Orillia Water. Light & Power Commission J.. 


—247,600 


Manitoulin Pulp Co 


150 


168,900 


Ontario Power Service Corporation 




Abitibi Power & Paper Co. — Espanola 


500 


645,023 


Abitibi Power & Paper Co. — Sturgeon Falls f 




15,725 


Northern Ontario Power Co.f 






No record 










Total purchased 


608,637 


1,796,441,165 


2,205,077,315 



Power purchased, contract amount, 1934. 
Maximum normal plant capacity, 1934... 



608,637 horsepower 
1,347,700 



Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1934 1,956,337 

Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1933 1,838,337 



Difference (increase) 118,000 

Total energy purchased, 1934 2,205,077,315 kilowatt-hours 

Total energy generated, 1934 4,214,921,548 



Total energy generated and purchased, 1934... 6,419,998,863 

Total energy generated and purchased, 1933 '.... 4,612,115,988 



Difference (increase) 1,807,882,875 



includes 475,519,867 kilowatt-hours resold to the Gatineau Power Co. in 1933-34 and 
24,514,285 kilowatt-hours in 1932-33. 

* includes 40,916,300 kilowatt-hours resold to the Gatineau Power Co. in 1933-34 and 
kilowatt-hours in 1932-33. 

fEmergency use. 

X Reciprocal arrangement for surplus power. 

§ Power contract with the Cedars Rapids Power Co. cancelled as of December 31, 1933, 
but was extended by agreement as a temporary supply on a month-to-month basis until 
July 31, 1934. 

TfPower contract expired December 31, 1933. 
CAUTION: The figures for "Maximum normal plant capacity" reflect the capacity of 
the various plants under the most favourable operating conditions which can reasonably be 
considered as normal, taking into consideration, turbine capacity as well as generator capacity 
and also the net operating head and available water supply. 

Owing, among other things, to changes in generating equipment due to wear and tear 
or the replacement of parts, also to changes in the limitations governing water levels and effec- 
tive net heads, the maximum normal plant capacity is not a fixed quantity but is one which 
must be revised from time to time. 

It is particularly important to bear in mind that the column headed "Maximum normal 
plant capacity" cannot be taken as an indication of the dependable capacity of the various 
plants; in some cases, it is, but in many cases it is not. Chief among the factors which govern 
the maximum dependable capacity of a hydraulic power plant and which are not reflected 
in column headed "Maximum normal plant capacity" are abnormal variations in water supply 
and operating limitations encountered when plants are so situated on a given stream as to be 
affected by one another. 



10 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



Forestry Division 

The Forestry division employs men specially trained in line clearance 
who in the performance of their duties give due regard to the proper shaping 
and corrective pruning of trees. During recent years, they have done much 
to preserve the beauty of trees and improve the appearance of Ontario highways 
on which the Commission's lines are built. Many favorable comments on their 
work have been received. 

The Forestry division's activities were confined principally to line-clearing 
operations on the Commission's transmission lines and on the distribution 
lines of various municipalities in the Niagara, Georgian Bay and Eastern 
Ontario systems; some work was done on Commission properties adjacent to 
high-tension stations, and some reforestation carried out along the Queenston- 
Chippawa canal. Details and costs are given below. 

Transmission Line-Clearing Operations 

The year's operations involved 59,338 trees and the removal of under- 
brush beneath 1,100 spans, spread over 1,935 miles of power transmission and 
telephone lines. The following tabulation shows all expenditure in connection 
with this work. 



Item 


Miles of 

line 
cleared 


Volume 

of work 

performed 


Total 
cost 


Average 
cost 


Underbrushing 




1,100 pole spans 
(or 26 miles) 
9,764 trees 
49,574 trees 


$ 
3,323 

16,696 
46,597 


$ c. 
3.02 


Tree removals 




1.71 


Line clearance, pruning and cabling 


1,935 


0.94 


Total 


1,935 


59,338 trees 


66,616 









Present economic conditions have necessitated a reduction in the cost 
of forestry operations. Corrective pruning to preserve the health, and extensive 
shaping to improve the appearance of trees, was temporarily discontinued. 
Sufficient protection for the Commission's lines was obtained by a modified 
program of pruning, by cabling trees with weak or split crotches, and by the 
removal of any found diseased and dangerous. 

A comparison of this year's operations with last year shows a substantial 
reduction in the cost of forestry line-clearing operations notwithstanding an 
appreciable increase in the volume of work performed and miles of line cleared. 
This increased volume with decreased costs has been accomplished partly 
as a result of modifying the standard of work, but is mainly due to major 
operations having been completed on nearly all lines in the Niagara system 
and on more than half the lines in the Georgian Bay system. The work required 
in subsequent operations is materially less than that required in initial major 
operations which involve corrective pruning and extensive tree removals. 



Station Tree Maintenance 

Some special work was performed to preserve the health and beauty of 
trees situated on Commission property surrounding high-tension stations at 



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11 




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HAZARDS TO LIFE, PROPERTY AND SERVICE 
LEFT — Elm tree with diseased trunk situated on an important highway. A daily hazard to 

thousands of lives and to the overhead lines 
RIGHT — Oak tree with dead branches overhanging transmission line. The result of natural 
causes not attributable to line-clearance pruning. The removal of dead wood reduces service 

interruptions 



Guelph, Kitchener, Preston, Leaside, Niagara Falls and Queenston in the 
Niagara system, Belleville in the Eastern Ontario system and Waubaushene 
in the Georgian Bay system. 

Any trees which might influence a landscape engineer received any cor- 
rective measures needed to secure their maximum usefulness or beauty. These 
include pruning and cabling, surgical treatment— often preceded by fertiliza- 
tion — spraying to control insect damage, and the removal of girdling roots 
that cut off natural circulation of sap. The cost of this work, involving 495 
trees, was $1,038, an average cost of $2.10 per tree. 



Reforestation 

Along the Queenston-Chippawa power canal the tree planting undertaken 
to provide a tree lined area which will prevent drifting snow, ice and debris from 
getting into the canal, and reduce erosion of the banks, was continued. This 
year, however, work was confined to the replacement of trees that had not 
survived the unusual droughts of the previous seasons. About 45,000 deciduous 
and coniferous trees were planted at a total cost of $967. 



12 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Municipal Operations 

Surveys of trees affecting distribution lines were made for eight municipal 
Hydro systems and to each a written report was supplied showing: 

(a) Streets along which the lines extend. 

(b) An actual count of trees affecting primary, secondary and street 
lighting circuits. 

(c ) Size of trees. 

(d) Type of pruning and extent of work required. 

(e) Cabling necessary in trees with structurally weak and splitting 
crotches. 

(f ) Replacement of improper pole guy attachments to trees. 

(g) Diseased trees condemned for removal, 
(h ) Estimated cost of performing the work. 

Forestry line-clearing operations were performed for six municipalities. 
The work comprised the pruning of 880 trees, the removal of eleven diseased 
trees, and the cabling of thirteen trees, a total of 891 trees at a cost of $825, 
an average cost of 93 cents per tree. 

Radio Communication 

The Commission's short-wave radio stations at Toronto, Cameron Falls 
generating station and Ear Falls generating station operated satisfactorily 
and no major maintenance costs were incurred. 

The construction of the Rat Rapid power de yelopment on the Albany river 
was facilitated by the use of an additional radio station operated at that point. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Generating Stations 

Queenston Station 

During the past year all generating plant and equipment has given 
satisfactory service. Routine schedules of inspection and repair have been 
carried out and the plant maintained in first class condition. 

All maintenance work is executed in accordance with a carefully prepared 
schedule in order to avoid interference with the system load. To illustrate the 
importance of the individual unit in a large plant, it is pointed out that each 
unit in the Queenston plant represents approximately 50,000 horse-power, 
sufficient to supply the average requirements of an industrial city of 100,000 
people for electrical energy, and that all units must be kept available in order 
to provide, during periods of maximum load, a reasonable reserve for con- 
tingencies. The work of maintaining the plant in first class condition is there- 
fore arranged to be done at the time of the usual seasonal drop in load during 
the spring and summer. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



13 




TREE MUTILATION VERSUS SCIENTIFIC PRUNING 
LEFT — Utilities operating overhead lines are oftentimes subjected to criticism on circumstantial 

evidence. The mutilation of these trees was not the result of line clearing 

RIGHT — Scientific line clearing improves aesthetic conditions along Provincial highways and 

protects service from tree interference 

OPERATING DEPARTMENT— FORESTRY DIVISION 



The ten units were accordingly taken out of service for inspection and 
repairs as shown below: 

Number 1 unit from May 1 to May 14 



2 " 


1 September 7 to October 15 


3 " 


■ June 29 to July 18 


4 - 


1 July 18 to July 28 


5 " 


( April 24 to May 29 


6 " 


August 14 to September 6 


7 " 


' May 18 to June 13 


8 " 


1 June 15 to June 26 


9 " 


' June 1 to August 14 


" 10 " 


' April 9 to April 23. 



During the shut-down each generator and turbine was carefully examined, 
turbine runners were repaired by welding or replaced with spare runners 



14 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

where erosion had occurred, bearings were machined and refitted, collector 
rings were repaired or replaced and the draft tubes were inspected. The asso- 
ciated high-tension and low-tension circuit-breakers were examined, the 
operating mechanism and contacts adjusted and the oil filtered. 

The installation of load limiting devices on the governors of the various 
units, which was mentioned in last year's Report, was continued and all 
machines are now so equipped. 

The use of stainless steel for the final surface, when building up turbine 
runners by electric welding, has been continued as this material is still showing 
a much longer life than either the material previously used for welding or 
the parent material in the runner. 

All relays have been calibrated and their operation checked. 

The cliff above the power house was thoroughly scaled between the 
penstocks, and to the north and south. 

Ontario Power Station 

During the year no difficulties have been experienced in the operation 
of the plant, although there have been several failures of generator armature 
windings. The plant has been kept in good operating condition by the usual 
work of inspection and maintenance. 

On November 25, 1933, the armature winding of number 2 generator 
failed in service and fifteen new coils were installed. This armature again 
failed on March 7, at another place in the winding, and it was decided to 
completely remove the old winding, which had been in service since 1909, 
and rewind with a set of coils of a new type which had been purchased a few 
years ago for such an emergency. 

On November 25 the armature winding of number 5 generator failed in 
service; three new coils were supplied and repairs made to the ends of two 
other groups. This armature again failed on March 10, and, as it had been in 
service since 1909, the complete winding was replaced with a set of new coils. 

On March 17, the armature winding of number 7 generator failed in 
service. It was necessary to replace three coils: two in one group and one in 
another. This armature again failed on August 24, damaging one coil, which 
was replaced. 

These failures, while they did not interfere with operation, and caused 
no reduction in the delivery of power to customers, serve as a reminder of the 
necessity for maintaining sufficient reserve plant at all times. 

The operating mechanism of number 6, nine-foot penstock valve failed 
in January, due to the stripping of the threads on the nuts and screws that 
operate the valve. The operating mechanism was redesigned, and the new 
mechanism fabricated and installed on valves number 3 and 6. A similar 
mechanism for valves number 1, 2 and 4 is being made. 

As it was necessary to unwater number 1 conduit to install the new valves, 
the conduit, headgate, spillway and all penstock valves attached to that 
conduit were inspected. The conduit, headgate and spillway were found in good 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 15 

condition. A number of loose bolts in the penstock valves either had to be 
tightened or replaced. Several pieces of the valve seat-rings were also replaced. 
The bulkheads on the "Y" between numbers 1 and 2 conduits were found to 
be leaking badly. The bulkheads were drawn up tightly with the bolts, and the 
joint welded to complete the seal. 

The machine shop in the north end of the generating station, which was 
started last year and was mentioned in last year's Report, was completed. 

The ventilating air intake, at the south end of the generating station, was 
rebuilt during the summer. The concrete in this structure was considered 
unsafe due to the action of river ice. 

Cleaning and painting, with rust preventing material, of the tunnel section 
of the penstocks for units 4 to 10 is in progress, number 4 penstock being 
completed. 

The exterior of the screen and gatehouse buildings received extensive 
repairs. The Roman stone, with which these buildings are surfaced, requires 
attention each year. The steps leading to the screenhouse roof which is used 
by tourists as an observatory, were repaired and all joints waterproofed. 
Replacement of the roof drains was necessary. 

In February a new electrically heated hotbed was installed. The bed is 
for demonstration purposes as well as to raise bedding plants for the station 
grounds in this district. 

Toronto Power Station 

The Toronto Power generating station experienced no difficulties in 
operation. The plant was loaded quite heavily from the latter part of March 
to the end of July as a result of emergency repairs to generators and penstock 
valves in the Ontario Power plant. Inspection and maintenance of the generat- 
ing units and equipment was carried out in accordance with the regular 
schedule. 

Number 1 unit was removed from service for a general overhaul after 
being in operation for nineteen years. The top and bottom bearings are being 
refitted while the turbine runners, draft tube, gates, and top and bottom 
turbine heads are being built up by electric welding to replace material worn 
away in service. The bearings on the vertical operating shaft between the 
turbine and generator are being refitted. This work will not be finished during 
the present fiscal year. 

Repairs were made to the guide bearings on units number 2, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 
11, including in most cases a new sleeve and the rebabbitting of the bearings. 
The turbine-gate operating mechanism was overhauled on units number 9 
and 11. 

The main tail-race tunnel was unwatered during the summer for inspec- 
tion, and a crack in the brick floor caused by the pressure of the side walls, 
was repaired. 

On March 18, a 6,000-kv-a. transformer in the transformer station failed 
in service. This unit, and one 2,670-kv-a. transformer, which failed in 1932, 
have been rebuilt and returned to service. 



16 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



1 ,000,000 



900,000 



800,000 



700,000 



600,000 



500.000 



400,000 



300,000 



200,000 



100,000 




NOTE: The abrupt load increase which occurred 
in November, 1923, is due to the inclusion at that time 
of the Ontario load of the Toronto Power Co. and of 
the Ontario Power Co. In November, 1931, the load of 
the Dominion Power & Transmission Co. was included 
These additions coincide with the financial incorporation 
of these properties into the Niagara System. 



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17 



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1.300.000 



1,200,000 



1.100.000 



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800,000 



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Notes 
TOTAL PRIMARY LOAD: Primary power is power which the Commission is under 
contractual obligation to supply and for which it is obligated to hold in reserve adequate 
capacity. The graph above includes only the actual delivery of such power, and does 
not include the amount by which the primary power contracts exceed actual deliveries 

TOTAL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LOAD: Includes, in addition to the primary load, 
at-will power which the Commission is under no obligation to hold in reserve. Such 
power has been sold in Ontario and exported to Quebec and the United States. The 
above graph includes all secondary power and therefore differs from the graph on the 
opposite page which shows only the load in Ontario 



18 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Chats Falls Station— Ottawa River 

The station has been in continuous service throughout the year, the only 
major trouble being the failure of a 13,200-volt generator cable in the latter 
part of January. This has been replaced. The failure of this cable did not 
interfere with the output of the plant. All inspection and routine maintenance 
work was carried out in accordance with the regular schedule. 

The draft tubes of units 2, 3, 4 and 5 were unwatered for the first time 
during the summer. They were in good condition and no evidence of excessive 
wear was found on the turbine runners which were also examined. Un watering 
the draft tubes has been made easier by the installation of spring rollers on 
the tail-race gates, the pressure exerted by these springs eliminates the excessive 
leakage which previously occurred around the gate seal. 

As a result of an abnormal deficiency in precipitation over the whole 
of the Ottawa river watershed during the summer and fall months of 1933, 
there was a very low stream flow from November until early in April. The 
minimum river flow occurred during March with approximately 14,000 c.f.s.. 
while on May 11, during the spring flood a flow of approximately 155,000 c.f.s. 
occurred. 

During the major portion of the year the plant was used for system 
frequency and time control on the "green" section of the Niagara system. 

Extreme winter conditions, with long periods of low temperatures, were 
experienced in this district, the total snowfall being reported as 110 inches. 
In order to keep the railway spur open to traffic a snow-plow and spreader 
were constructed for use with the locomotive crane. 

On July 1, 1934, delivery was taken of the second block of contract power 
from the McLaren-Quebec Power Company at Masson. Delivery of the third 
block of power from the Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company began 
on October 1, 1934. 

DeCew Falls Station 

The plant operated continuously throughout the year with no interrup- 
tions to service or reductions in power from station causes, full use being 
made of the water allotment to this station. There were no break-downs of 
station equipment, and no serious ice difficulties during the severe winter. 
Regular inspection and repairs were carried out according to schedule. 

The penstock, feeding number 9 unit, was cleaned and painted during the 
year. This completed the painting of all penstocks. The turbine relief valves 
were rebuilt on number 5 and number 7 units. 

The 25-cycle power supply for the frequency-changer station in the 
Canadian Niagara transformer station, was taken from the Commission's 
Toronto Power generating station, the agreement with the Canadian Niagara 
Power Company having terminated on December 31, 1933. 

Dominion Power Steam Station — Hamilton 

The steam plant in Hamilton was maintained during the year as a standby 
for the DeCew Falls plant and frequency-changer station at Niagara Falls, 
but as there were no interruptions it was not called into service. 



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APR 

JUNE 

AUG 

OEC 
JAN 
FEB 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



KILOWATT-HOURS 



400.000,000 



300.000,000 



200.000,000 



100,000,000 



The boiler plant was used for the generation of steam for commercial 
purposes. The plant-efficiency and station-heat balance were improved during 
the year by the installation of an electrically-driven boiler feed pump. The 
burning of coke-breeze, mixed with bituminous coal, has been continued 
during the year. Owing to the extremely low water level of Lake Ontario, it 
was found necessary to dredge the condenser circulating-water intake in order 
to remove the accumulation of sludge and restore the channel to its original 
depth. 

The stator of number 2 turbine-generator unit, which was damaged by a 
short circuit and fire in February 1932, was rewound and the field repaired. 



20 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

While this work was being done the steam turbine was dismantled, cleaned and 
readjusted. No major work was found necessary. The unit was re-assembled 
and restored to service in January, 1934. Following the repair of this machine, 
this unit with the turbine disconnected has been operated continuously for 
voltage regulation. 

The turbine of number 3 boiler feed-pump was completely re-bladed. 
Refinements in steam-metering equipment were installed, and the routine 
boiler inspection and maintenance work called for by government regulations 
were carried out. 

Transmission 

The 220, 000- volt lines transmitting power from the Beauharnois, Masson 
and Paugan plants in Quebec, to the Chats Falls (Ottawa river ) interswitching 
station, and thence to Toronto (Leaside), gave satisfactory service and no 
difficulties were experienced in their operation or maintenance. 

There were two total interruptions of the three circuits between Chats 
Falls and Toronto. These were caused by lightning and resulted in disturbances 
to service in Toronto, and west as far as Hamilton. There were eleven single- 
circuit outages on this system, ten of which were caused by lightning and one 
by fog. The above disturbances caused no damage to the lines or equipment, 
and their immediate return to service was possible. 

On the three circuits between Hastings interswitching station and the 
Ottawa river, the inspection of towers, ground wire and conductors, was 
started during the latter part of 1934. This work which includes the tightening 
of all bolts, and the installation of a special lock nut in certain locations to 
prevent loosening by vibration, is about 50 per cent completed. Approximately 
4,400 acres of land, under and along these circuits, were underbrushed during 
the year, and in order to facilitate the work of patrolmen, some ten miles of 
patrol roads were constructed. 

There were no complete interruptions on the 110,000-volt transmission 
system during the year. There were, however, two interruptions on one group 
and one interruption on another of the three individual groups comprising this 
system. 

Regular patrol and maintenance was carried out on the 110,000-volt 
system, insulators were tested on 403 miles of line and defective units removed, 
painting of the McGuigan-type towers, which was started some years ago, 
was completed, and on the line between St. Thomas and St. Clair the ground 
wire connections were renewed. 

The Commissions' private telephone lines were regularly patrolled, and 
general maintenance carried on. A short piece of new line was constructed from 
the Niagara-Dundas circuits along the canal to DeCew Falls generating 
station. 

On the Dominion Power transmission lines there were no total interrup- 
tions, although there were three instances in which service to Hamilton, 
Brantford, Oakville and vicinity was affected by direct lightning strokes on 
the 44,000-volt lines. 

A visual inspection was made of all insulators in the 44,000-volt lines and a 
partial inspection of insulators on the 24,000-volt circuits; the defective units 
being changed. The "A" frame steel towers carrying the 44,000-volt circuits 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



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HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER f ACTOR) 



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Q MUNICIPAL OR CUSTOMERS STATIONS 

STATIONS S LINES IN SERVICE 

STATIONS t LIHC5 NOT COMMISSIONS PROPERT 

R.PD RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

DOMINION POWER AND TRANSMISSION 

DIVISION 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 



)-ELECTRIC POWEfi 



from the DeCew Falls plant to Bartonville interswitching station were cleaned 
and painted during the year. At the same time the steps were removed from 
the towers, the foot bolts tightened, and the footings painted. 



Transformation 

The operation of the Leaside 220, 000- volt transformer station was gener- 
ally satisfactory. One case of serious trouble, namely, the failure of number 2 
synchronous condenser, occurred on October 31, while the condenser was 
being put on the line for a mechanical test. The armature winding was com- 
pletely destroyed and some of the associated switchgear was damaged. 

On the 110,000-volt system a 5,000-kv-a. transformer in service at London 
failed. This unit was under repair at the end of the fiscal year. There was a 
failure of a 1,250-kv-a. transformer at St. Thomas, caused by a short circuit in 
the leads of the terminal boards. During routine inspection, a 1,250-kv-a. 
transformer at Preston was found with defective bracing. This unit, and 
another of similar type, were removed from service and rebuilt. 



The core bracing on a number of 5,000-kv-a. transformers was inspected 
and tightened, and a new station service bank installed at Bridgman-Davenport 
station. 



22 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Two complete inspections were carried out on all outdoor breakers, 
and one on indoor breakers. Ail units were adjusted, and repairs made where 
necessary. The 11 0,000- volt electrolytic lightning arresters at Brant, Wood- 
stock, London and St. Thomas were completely overhauled. 

Distribution 

New low-tension distributing stations were put in service during the year 
at the Provincial Paper Company (steam), Interlake Tissue Mills (steam), 
Louth and Ring wood, and the transformer capacity at the Empire Cotton 
distributing station was increased. 

There were ten failures of low-tension transformers. Three of these were 
rebuilt, and two are undergoing repairs by the field maintenance staff. Three 
units were repaired by the manufacturers, one was scrapped, and one has not 
been repaired. 

All oil breakers were inspected, and repairs and re-adjustments made. 
The electrolytic lightning arresters at Goderich, Clinton, Seaforth and Mitchell 
municipal stations were overhauled. 

No extensive difficulties were encountered in the operation of the low- 
tension lines during the year, although the extremely cold weather from the 
latter part of December to the middle of February, caused a number of interrup- 
tions to service by the breaking of conductors in the London, Stratford, 
Woodstock, St. Thomas, Kent and Essex districts. A sleet storm in March, 
and wind and rain storms in July, August and September, caused interruptions 
to. service on three occasions in Kent and Essex districts. 

The lines in Woodstock, St. Thomas, Brant and York districts were given 
an extensive general overhauling during the year. The conductors were 
changed on a number of sections in the St. Thomas area. One area was en- 
larged and reinsulated for 26,000 volts between London and Lucan. Railway 
crossings were made standard in St. Thomas and York districts. 

Pole preservation work, started last year, which consists of uncovering 
poles at the ground line, removing decayed wood, and spraying with creosote, 
was continued during the year, some 20,000 poles being treated. 

A new 26,000-volt line between Mount Joy and Ringwood, and a 13,200- 
volt line from the Provincial Paper Company to the Interlake Tissue Mills, 
were placed in service during the year. 

In the Dominion Power division, the Beatty-Welland substation, which 
was destroyed by fire last year, was rebuilt and returned to service. 

General 

The office at Hamilton, from which the operation and maintenance of 
the Niagara system was controlled, was discontinued on November 30, 1933. 
The major portion of the staff and stores was transferred to Toronto, and the 
balance to a small divisional office at London which superintends the main- 
tenance of lines and stations west of Brant and Kitchener. This change was 
made to effect a better co-ordination in the operation of the Niagara system 
as a whole. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF 


MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1933-1934 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


787.6 

155.2 

81.5 

87.9 

661.6 

284.5 
52.6 
986.6 
513.4 
161.1 

237.9 
386.6 
124.6 
369.9 
101.4 

118.8 

105.2 

2,168.2 

11,637.9 

505.1 

108.4 

88.4 

132.1 

136.4 

57.1 

320.7 

26.2 

119.9 

4,285.0 
218.0 

58.1 

408.8 

158.1 

62.7 

39.4 

65.9 

41.5 

67.0 

99.4 

286.1 

67.7 

34.2 

1,138.0 

797.1 

237.4 

2,450.4 

646.1 

384.7 

83.8 

70.7 


832.6 

116.6 

88.6 

82.8 

616.6 

283.8 

45.4 

1,030.1 

469.1 

157.5 

241.7 

387.4 
119.3 
353.9 

87.4 

137.7 

104.4 

2,075.2 

12,728.7 
605.6 

85.5 

89.1 

108.8 

115.5 

54.1 

327.7 

24.2 

112.6 

4,258.1 

215.3 

61.5 
374.5 
164.0 

58.0 
38.4 

40.0 
35.1 
95.7 

86.7 
280.0 

66.3 

42.9 

1,276.1 

907.7 

211.9 

2,277.4 

557.6 

291.4 

104.5 

72.6 


1,044.9 

128.0 

77.3 

85.6 

593.5 

250.6 
46.9 
981.2 
490.6 
157.5 

250.2 
376.6 
126.5 
383.4 
86.7 

109.7 

99.4 

1,991.1 

13,212.6 

602.3 

118.8 

72.5 

107.9 

131.3 

30.5 

377.7 

26.2 

111.2 

'4,587.7 
258.4 

61.9 

394.7 

191.7 

64.3 

40.2 

37.9 
39.9 

76.1 
91.1 

288.9 

66.5 

31.7 

1,329.1 

853.3 

209.2 

2,530.8 

544.2 

295.3 

88.2 

62.7 




212.3 


Agincourt 


11.4 


Ailsa Craig 


11.3 




Alvinston 


2.8 


Amherstburg 


23.1 
33.2 




Ancaster Township 




Arkona 


1.5 


Aurora 


48.9 




Aylmer 


21.5 


Ayr 






Baden 




8.5 


Beach ville 


10.8 




Belle River 


7.2 


Blenheim 




29.5 


Blyth 


0.7 

28.0 

5.0 

84.1 




Bolton 




Bothwell 




Brampton 




Brantford 


483.9 


Brantford Township 


3.3 




Bridgeport 


33.3 


Brigden 


16.6 
0.9 




Brussels 




Burford 


15.8 


Burgessville 


23.6 




Caledonia 


50.0 


Campbellville 




2.0 


Cayuga 


1.4 




Chatham 


329.6 


Chippawa 




43.1 


Clifford 




0.4 


Clinton 




20.2 


Comber 




27.7 


Cottam 




6.3 


Courtright 




1.8 


Dashwood 


2.1 




Delaware 


4.8 


Dorchester 


19.6 




Drayton 


4.4 


Dresden 




8.9 


Drumbo 




0.2 


Dublin 


11.2 




Dundas 


53.0 


Dunnville 


54.4 

2.7 




Dutton 




East Windsor 


253.4 


Elmira 


13.4 




Elora 


3.9 


Embro 


16.3 
9.9 




Erieau 









24 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1933-1934— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1932 Oct. 1933 Oct. 1934 



Change in load 
1933-1934 



Decrease Increase 



Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Township 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Township Voted Area 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mimico Asylum 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

M ount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 

Newmarket 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 



8.0 

336.4 

3,361.9 

424.9 

652.5 

138.5 
332.1 
6,071.1 
902.7 
170.8 



970, 

90, 

7,710, 

1,046. 

76,409, 



289.2 

332.1 

150.4 

1,864.9 

61.6 

324.4 

1,870.0 

178.7 

420.9 

14,874.6 

99.6 

211.5 

1.112.6 

906.1 

29,437.4 

371.4 
736.0 
134.0 
74.5 
249.3 



94.7 

2,737.3 

597.1 

311.4 

2,211.8 

65.0 
422.2 
58.2 
92.7 
43.4 

470.2 
1,380.7 
4,766.7 

8,774.0 
548.8 



6.4 

361.9 

3,621.4 

382.0 

705.0 

133.2 
320.6 

5,858.7 
978.3 
163.7 

991.9 

96.5 

7,812.3 

418.2 
83,832.3 

247.2 

332.7 

121.6 

1,879.7 

69.0 

386.7 

1,969.0 

150.1 

431.6 

15,000.6 

94.9 

199.0 

1,327.0 

808.3 

30,201.2 

358.5 
733.9 
136.0 
66.3 
211.8 

66.7 

2,765.1 

804.4 

295.6 

2,218.5 

100.0 

433.8 

45.5 

79.6 

40.6 

399.1 
1,285.5 
4,790.8 
9,135.6 

546.1 



11.9 

340.5 

4,194.3 

396.8 

833.7 

138.1 
337.8 
5,615.8 
987.9 
164.9 

938.3 
102.1 

8,207.0 

810.2 

87,983.6 

269.7 

387.4 

145.1 

1,713.8 

90.3 

367.8 

1,860.4 

158.7 

420.9 

16,469.5 

109.2 

192.1 

1,253.3 

811.0 
30,281.0 

410.6 
733.9 
131.0 
69.8 
236.2 

74.0 

3,140.4 

527.6 

252.0 

2,347.1 

100.0 

411.5 

45.5 

93.8 

41.5 

393.8 
1,273.4 
5,565.7 
8,665.9 

559.0 



21.4 



242.9 



53.6 



165.9 



18.9 
108.6 



10.7 



6.9 
73.7 



5.0 



276.8 
43.6 



22.3 



5.3 
12.1 



469.7 



5.5 



572.9 

14.8 
128.7 

4.9 

17.2 



9.6 
1.2 



5.6 

394.7 

392.0 

4,151.3 

22.5 
54.7 
23.5 



21.3 



8.6 

1,468.9 

14.3 



2.7 
79.8 

52.1 



3.5 
24.4 

7.3 
375.3 



128.6 



14.2 
0.9 



774.9 
12.9 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



25 



NIAGARA SYSTEMS— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1 


L933-1934— 


Continued 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Norwich 


335.1 
172.7 

427.6 
249.3 

77.7 

458.5 

1,178.4 

131.3 

761.7 

53.3 

689.0 
1,407.5 
549.3 
439.7 
315.6 

73.0 

228.5 

2,560.3 

103.2 

83.5 

297.0 
439.7 
1,200.6 
104.5 
145.7 

7,872.8 

90.7 

147.4 

152.8 

1,501.8 

5,761.4 
2,996.4 
7,360.6 
3,124.6 
465.3 

1,546.1 

65.6 

1,859.8 

204.1 

7,180.2 

910.2 
152.7 
496.0 
302.2 

158.8 

171.0 

57.6 

40.6 

1,956.4 

366.6 


308.3 
159.3 
469.1 
243.9 
84.3 

437.5 

1,197.2 

124.2 

685.8 

60.2 

636.7 
1,420.9 
611.2 
503.7 
296.5 

67.1 

261.5 

2,461.1 

98.8 
80.7 

293.1 

446.4 

1,104.9 

89.8 

131.1 

7,854.2 

72.6 

129.3 

151.4 

1,225.7 

6,179.6 
2,956.2 
7,581.1 
2,981.5 
408.8 

1,613.9 

59.0 

1,819.0 

167.9 

6,530.9 

946.4 
153.5 
424.6 
294.7 
159.5 

163.5 

127.0 

36.4 

1,914.6 

398.1 


304.9 
179.8 
485.2 
256.7 
92.9 

396.0 

1,132.8 

128.9 

677.8 

52.2 

467.8 

1,422.2 

668.5 

502.7 

297.8 

64.3 

240.1 

2,341.4 

85.9 
112.8 

304.3 

397.7 

1,073.0 

92.5 

121.9 

8,852.4 

57.6 

. 138.8 

146.9 

1,259.2 

5,986.5 
2,743.0 
7,397.9 
3,099.2 

485.7 

1,705.2 

60.0 

1,913.0 

183.3 

6,562.9 

920.9 
147.8 
444.5 
290.0 
176.2 

165.7 

143.0 

37.8 

1,782.1 

331.1 


3.4 




Oil Springs 


20.5 


Ontario Agricultural College 




16.1 


Ontario Central Reformatory 




12.8 


Otterville 




8.6 


Palmerston 


41.5 
64.4 




Paris 




Parkhill 


4.7 


Petrolia 


8.0 
8.0 

168.9 




Plattsville 




Point Edward 




Port Colborne 


1.3 


Port Credit 




57.3 


Port Dalhousie 


1.0 




Port Dover 


1.3 


Port Rowan 


2.8 

21.4 

119.7 

12.9 




Port Stanley 




Preston . 




Princeton 




Queenston 


32.1 


Richmond Hill 




11.2 




48.7 
31.9 




Riverside 




Rockwood 


2.7 


Rodney 


9.2 




St. Catharines 


998.2 


St. Clair Beach 


15.0 




St. George 


9.5 




4.5 




St. Marys 


33.5 


St. Thomas 


193.1 
213.2 
183.2 








Sarnia 




Scarboro Township 


117.7 


Seaforth 




76.9 


Simcoe 




91.3 


Springfield 




1.0 


Stamford Township 




94.0 


Stouffville 




15.4 


Stratford 




32.0 


Strathroy 


25.5 
5.7 




Sutton 




Tavistock 


19.9 


Tecumseh 


4.7 




Thamesford 


16.7 


Thamesville 




2.2 


Thedford 




16.0 


Thorndale 




1.4 


Thorold 


132.5 
67.0 




Tilbury 









26 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS 


OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1933-1934— 


Concluded 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Tillsonburg 


891.0 

280,795.0 

1,868.0 

5,454.7 

1,252.0 

35.4 

191.7 

406.8 

2,660.8 

186.3 

3,576.4 
97.7 

105.9 
2,453.1 

143.1 

23,029.9 

247.9 

4,785.5 

64.6 

5,504.0 

2,829.7 
76.4 


900.1 

269,144.8 

1,793.7 

5,336.4 

1,888.7 

34.3 

201.0 

399.4 

2,668.9 

185.0 

3,918.2 
94.7 
98.6 

2,790.8 
123.7 

20,550.3 

261.4 

4,950.4 

75.2 

5,330.7 

2,890.0 
64.8 


843.1 

280,525.4 

1,936.7 

6,132.7 

1,821.6 

32.7 

196.2 

322.4 

2,729.2 

192.5 

3,758.7 
95.2 
97.0 

2,706.4 
117.1 

19,979.4 

304.7 

4,731.9 

65.8 

5,656.4 

3,188.8 
71.4 


57.0 




Toronto 


11,380.6 


Toronto Township 




143.0 


Walkerville 


796.3 


Wallaceburg 


67.1 

1.6 

4.8 
77.0 




Wardsville 




Waterdown 




Waterford 




Waterloo 


60.3 


Watford 




7.5 


Welland 


159.5 




Wellesley 


0.5 


West Lome 


1.6 

84.4 

6.6 

570.9 




Weston 




Wheatley 




Windsor ; 




Woodbridge 


43.3 


Woodstock 


218.5 
9.4 




Wyoming 




York, East, Township 


325.7 


York, North, Township 




298.8 


Zurich 




6.6 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1932-1933-1934 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


10.0 

5.6 

3.2 

533.7 

294.4 

42.5 

398.6 

1,061.1 

254.9 

143.6 

897.2 
115.6 
133.3 
464.9 
38.0 

155.9 

322.0 
441.3 
102.2 
125.2 


10.0 

5.6 

3.2 

496.7 

291.1 

42.5 

367.1 

1,030.7 

220.0 

118.5 

926.4 

89.0 

130.0 

434.4 

31.5 

170.5 
300.5 
473.5 
99.2 
121.7 


10.0 

5.6 

3.1 

412.0 

317.5 

42.5 

378.2 

1,043.7 

172.3 

144.2 

999.2 

99.4 

132.7 

490.4 

35.2 

148.0 
323.2 
479.2 
122.5 
122.6 






Ailsa Craig 






Alvinston 


0.1 

84.7 




Amherstburg 




Aylmer ... 


26.4 


Ayr 






Baden 




11.1 


Beamsville 




13.0 


Belle River 


47.7 




Blenheim 


25.7 


Bond Lake 




72.8 


Bothwell 




10.4 


Brampton 




2.7 


Brant 




56.0 


Brigden . 




3.7 


Burford 


22.5 




Caledonia 


22.7 


Chatham 




5.7 


Chippawa 




23.3 


Clinton 




0.9 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



27 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1932-1 


1933-1934— 


Continued 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Delaware 


265.3 

329.4 

34.6 

79.2 

578.3 

42.0 
122.8 

79.6 
105.7 
201.0 

245.5 

28.0 
197.9 
134.8 

84.0 

527.1 
415.5 
240.0 
23.9 
345.1 

329.8 
320.0 
381.6 
545.8 
131.9 

1,509.0 

64.6 

177.2 

453.0 

175.2 

128.2 
69.5 
187.8 
255.7 
434.5 

202.3 
44.9 
37.5 
25.3 

848.2 

260.8 
218.5 
210.4 
469.3 
1,029.9 

1,001.9 

466.4 

296.6 

47.8 

231.0 


299.5 
269.2 

42.2 

59.0 

582.6 

42.0 

126.0 

70.2 

98.2 

189.6 

235.3 

28.0 
181.3 
124.9 

84.2 

611.1 
411.5 
164.0 
20.0 
323.6 

337.8 
282.0 
395.8 
453.5 
132.7 

1,523.7 

60.2 

166.5 

423.8' 
177.5 

140.0 
65.5 
172.2 
225.3 
395.9 

241.3 
45.5 

48.0 
25.3 

854.7 

227.9 

268.8 
183.8 
483.2 
966.1 

908.0 
485.3 
358.4 
53.2 
205.4 


285.8 

312.0 

43.3 

95.4 

695.7 

39.0 
127.3 

79.7 
104.2 
199.6 

252.7 

28.0 
184.7 
132.7 

84,2 

630.1 
434.1 
200.6 
16.6 
286.8 

369.7 
324.8 
350.0 
500.3 
140.2 

1,559.0 

52.0 

173.2 

407.3 

167.0 

181.6 
84.3 
185.0 
267.1 
527.0 

252.3 
39.9 
54.7 
25.3 

830.2 

258.8 
239.5 
194.6 
629.4 
962.1 

940.6 
491.1 
371.7 
53.7 
229.1 


13.7 




Dorchester 


42.8 


Dresden 




1.1 


Drumbo 




36.4 


Dundas 




113.1 


Dunnville 


3.0 




Dutton 


1.3 


Elmira 




9.5 


Elora 




6.0 


Essex 




10.0 


Exeter 




17.4 


Forest 






Gait 




3.4 


Georgetown 




7.8 


Goderich 






Grantham Township 




19.0 


Guelph 




22.6 


Haldimand 




36.6 


Harriston 


3.4 
36.8 




Harrow 




Ingersoll 


31.9 


Jordan 




42.8 


Keswick 


45.8 




Kingsville 


46.8 


Listowel 




7.5 


London 




35.3 


Lucan 


8.2 




Lynden 


6.7 


Markham 


16.5 
10.5 




Merlin 




Milton 


41.6 


Milverton 




18.8 


Mitchell 




12.8 


Newmarket 




41.8 


Niagara 




131.1 


Norwich 




11.0 


Oil Springs 


5.6 




Palmerston 


6.7 


Petrolia 






Preston 


24.5 




Ridgetown 


30.9 


St. Jacobs 


29.3 




St. Marys 


10.8 


St. Thomas 




146.2 


Saltfleet 


4.0 




Sandwich 


32.6 


Sarnia 




5.8 


Scarboro 




13.3 


Seaforth 




0.5 


Simcoe 




23.7 









28 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1932-1 


1933-1934— 


Concluded 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Stamford 


185.1 
164.9 
95.0 
324.3 
194.4 

100.9 
119.4 
302.4 

179.8 
150.8 

70.7 
906.5 

158.2 

16.4 

1,161.8 

550.0 

487.4 


156.5 
104.6 
93.2 
251.1 
153.6 

108.6 
134.6 
314.4 
173.1 
144.3 

82.8 
676.2 
174.9 

22.0 
1,079.1 

537.9 
483.3 


194.3 
116.9 
109.6 
318.4 
169.7 

97.9 

122.0 
324.9 
193.0 
182.0 

63.7 

763.1 

218.2 

25.7 

1,083.6 

512.9 
512.8 




37.8 


Stratford 




12.3 


Strathroy 




16.4 


Streetsville 




67.3 


Tavistock 




16.1 


Thamesville 


10.7 
12.6 




Tilbury 




Tillsonburg 


10.5 


Wallaceburg 




19.9 


Walsingham 




37.7 


Walton 


19.1 




Waterdown 


86.9 


Waterford 




43.3 


Watford 




3.7 


Welland 




4.5 


Woodbridge 


25.0 




Woodstock 


29.5 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

The Georgian Bay system peak load increased nearly five per cent over the 
peak last year and the average load about six per cent. This increase is not a 
result of unusual activity in one or two municipalities only, but is due to 
general improvement throughout the system. 

Storage water reserves in this system have been reasonably well main- 
tained by supplying, through the Hanover frequency-changer set, a large 
amount of power from the Niagara system. It is necessary to maintain water 
levels, for navigation, in Lake of Bays and lakes Couchiching and Simcoe, 
and these lakes supply the greater part of the storage water reserves for use 
in this system. The regulation of these lakes is not under the jurisdiction of the 
Commission. 

Power was supplied to the Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission 
in November and June, also from August until October, because, due to re- 
duced flows in the Severn river and to equipment being out of service for 
repairs, the Orillia Commission's plant at Swift rapids was unable to carry the 
total Orillia load. 

Generating Stations 

At Eugenia Falls generating station all oil-circuit breakers and electrolytic 
lightning arresters were overhauled. The No. 1 Johnson valve was dismantled, 
and new monel metal rings were installed and welded in place in the body and 
nose of the casing and plunger. The old wood section of No. 1 pipe line was 
replaced by a complete new wood-stave pipe of approximately 3,275 feet in 
length. The erection of the new wood-stave section was completed and No. 1 
pipe line returned to service October 1. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



29 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



30.000 



25.000 



20.000 



15.000 



10.000 



5.000 



eiSiSilSSiS 



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GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
PEAK LOADS 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 

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?D5a:S2jOa>->ozffl5a:':zjOa.'->olz(n.5itizjOo.t->u 



30.000 



25.000 



20.000 



15.000 



10.000 



5000 



NOTE: — The Georgian Bay system includes the Severn, Eugenia, Wasdeils, Muskoka and Bala districts. 
In the diagram the load for the Muskoka district is not included until November, 1924. Details 
respecting this load for preceding years are given in earlier annual reports. The load of the new 
district at Bala is not included in above graph until April, 1931, previous meter records being 
incomplete. 

Hanover generating station has been operated about twelve hours per 
day for the greater part of the year by the operators at the near-by Hanover 
frequency-changer station. 

Southampton generating station was not operated. Tests and repairs 
considered necessary to keep the equipment in a safe condition were made 
and the plant is available for service when required. 

At Walkerton generating station new timber headgates were built and 
installed at the entrance to the headrace canal. Minor adjustments and repairs 
were made to the turbines and the plant was maintained in good working 
order. 

At Hanover frequency-changer station two 7,500-volt outdoor potheads 
were badly damaged May 17, by an explosion resulting from a failure of the 
cable between the indoor and outdoor 4,400-volt buses. New potheads were 
installed. 



30 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

At Big Chute generating station, a new and larger brake drum was 
installed on No. 4 unit. 

At South Falls generating station, No. 1 and No. 3 turbines were in- 
spected. Indicating lamps were installed to indicate failure of direct-current 
service in Trethewey Falls generating station and failure of generator lubricating 
oil pressure in Hanna Chute generating station. An examination of the concrete 
in the dam revealed a bad crack in the third pier from the north, also spalling 
and cracking of the concrete around the stop-log check angle irons. Repairs 
were made by bolting two heavy timbers to the pier. 

At Hanna Chute generating station, the gear-driven oil pump for circu- 
lating lubricating oil through the generator bearings, which, due to wearing 
of the gear teeth, had given trouble from time to time, was replaced with 
a separate automatically controlled motor-driven unit. 

At Trethewey Falls generating station repairs were made to the shallow 
spill wall section of the dam. 

At Bala No. 1 generating station, three 2,300-volt lightning arresters on 
Bala feeder were destroyed by lightning and were replaced. No. 2 generator 
was damaged by lightning on two occasions and it was necessary to replace 
fifteen armature coils. 

At Bala No. 2 generating station, a broken turbine gate was replaced. 
The timber deck beams over the intake were replaced with steel beams. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

At Hanover distributing station, in preparation for a test run, assistance 
was given to the Hanover Public Utilities Commission in drying out its syn- 
chronous condenser. 

At Orangeville distributing station a 250-kv-a. single-phase transformer 
failed July 12, following severe lightning storms. This transformer was shipped 
to Toronto for repairs. One of the 25,000-volt lightning arresters which was 
destroyed by lightning was replaced. 

At John E. Russell Co. distributing station the low-voltage bus was 
removed and a new bus erected using larger conductor as the old bus had given 
evidence of being overheated. Two of the transformers were given a general 
overhaul by removing the cores and scraping all deposits from the winding 
and ventilating ducts. 

At Alliston distributing station the 75-kv-a. transformer was damaged by 
lightning July 30. Repairs were made at the manufacturer's factory and the 
transformer was returned to service September 1. 

At Wasdells auto-transformer station, the surge absorbers were replaced 
with a new type. A 44,000-volt oil circuit-breaker bushing and a 44,000-volt 
air-insulated current transformer failed during the year. The bushing was 
replaced and the current transformer was repaired at the Commission's Pro- 
duction and Service department, Toronto. 

Sixteen municipalities were assisted with the operation of their local 
distribution systems on thirty-six occasions. 

Transmission Lines 

To ensure continuity of service to the important area comprising Midland 
and adjacent district, the 22,000-volt lines between Waubaushene and Midland 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



31 



were rebuilt and some new lines constructed. Formerly there were two lines 
from Waubaushene to Midland which were built by the Simcoe Railway and 
Power Company in 1909 and purchased by the Commission in 1914. A third 
line was built from Waubaushene in 1928, ending at the short tap line from 
Tiffin Elevator junction to Tiffin elevator. The two old circuits between 
Waubaushene and the Wye river were taken down and rebuilt into one new 
circuit. From the Wye river a new pole line was built paralleling the former 
No. 3 line to where it terminated, and a new double-circuit line was con- 
structed from this point to Aberdeen Elevator junction, where it was con- 
nected to the former No. 1 and No. 2 lines. 

The right-of-way from Waubaushene to Big Chute generating station and 
from Big Chute generating station to Bala was cleared. 

To conform with specifications of the Board of Railway Commissioners 
for Canada, the power lines at railway and telephone crossings were reinforced 
between Eugenia generating station and Collingwood, between Hanover and 
Chesley, and between Kilsyth and Southampton. 

Due to changes in highway location, extensive alterations to the line 
between Dundalk and Flesherton were necessary. It was also necessary to 
move or lower a number of poles at Eugenia village and between Stayner 
and Creemore due to highway work. 

Over the whole system 58 defective poles were replaced, 427 poles were 
reinforced by the addition of stubs, and approximately 7,000 poles received 
preservative treatment at the ground line. Approximately 7,800 defective 
insulator pins, 2,000 defective insulators and 700 defective crossarms were 
replaced. There were a number of breaks in power cable and guys during the 
extremely cold periods experienced last winter; otherwise no serious damage 
resulted from unusual weather conditions. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS 


OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1933-1934 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alliston 


227.9 

128.9 

118.0 

2,381.1 

216.4 

106.6 
134.9 
56.3 
320.0 
161.9 

53.2 

407.5 

257.3 

1,339.9 

59.0 


198.0 
132.7 
120.0 
2,195.6 
179.7 

114.3 
140.0 
45.4 
263.4 
152.8 

61.2 

464.0 

234.6 

1,293.8 

52.9 


212.3 
136.7 
109.0 
2,228.3 
175.0 

105.7 

161.9 

47.5 

247.0 
141.2 

53.2 

423.6 

245.3 

1,139.1 

65.7 




14.3 


Arthur 




4.0 


Bala 


11.0 




Barrie 


32.7 


Beaverton 


4.7 
8.6 




Beeton 




Bradford 


21.9 


Brechin 




2.1 


Camp Borden 


16.4 
11.6 

8.0 
40.4 




Cannington 




Chatsworth 




Chesley 




Coldwater 


10.7 


Collingwood 


154.7 




Cookstown 


12.8 







32 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932- 


1933-1934— 


Continued 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Creemore 


121.4 
148.8 
392.1 
147.4 
65.1 

79.8 

123.8 

574 . 

1,042.9 

24.1 

18.7 

1,047.0 

407.5 

28.6 

187.0 

149.4 

145.0 

394.7 

3,345.6 

66.7 

328.4 

30.0 

621.0 

3,338.5 

114.4 

561.1 
128.0 
201.8 
90.2 
179.8 

16.0 

58.9 

35.1 

197.9 

235.9 

203.2 
63.0 
87.7 

114.9 
18.3 

64.3 

205.8 

76.4 

10.0 

419.9 

58.3 
220.1 

31.0 
209.3 

61.0 


96.0 
163.0 
712.3 
148.8 

51.3 

75.9 
108.3 
672.5 
910.4 

25.7 

16.6 
955.8 
564.3 

22.8 
222.5 

179.4 

111.0 

395.4 

2,408.6 

71.5 

329.5 

34.0 

585.4 

3,077.0 

118.6 

658.7 
105.0 
262.5 
83.5 
156.6 

16.7 

60.3 

30.0 

192.9 

205.9 

169.3 
60.0 
82.2 

112.4 
17.9 

62.2 

202.2 

77.3 

10.0 

463.1 

56.3 
232.2 

33.0 
290.5 

55.2 


104.5 
145.0 
337.2 
134.8 
63.1 

87.2 
101.2 
657.4 
966.7 

26.9 

16.6 
886.9 
560.8 

26.9 
243.9 

152.4 

122.0 

413.5 

2,709.9 

74.5 

373.7 

34.8 

518.8 

3,205.6 

117.9 

649.5 
70.0 

218.7 
77.3 

209.4 

17.8 

60.3 

48.3 

235.0 

242.0 

195.0 
57.9 
72.4 

113.1 
27.6 

59.9 

209.2 

65.4 

10.0 

451.8 

38.4 
234.9 

24.6 
371.8 

55.6 




8.5 


Dundalk 


18.0 

375.1 

14.0 




Durham 




Elmvale 




Elmwood 


11.8 


Flesherton 




11.3 


Grand Valley 


7.1 
15.1 




Gravenhurst 




Hanover 


56.3 


Hepworth 




1.2 


Holstein 






Huntsville 


68.9 
3.5 




Kincardine 




Kirkfield 


4.1 


Lucknow 


27.0 


21.4 


Markdale 




MacTier 


11.0 


Meaford 


18.1 


Midland 




301.3 


Mildmay 




3.0 


Mount Forest 




44.2 


Neustadt.., 




0.8 


Orangeville 


66.6 




Owen Sound 


128.6 


Paisley 


0.7 

9.2 
35.0 
43.8 

6.2 




Penetanguishene 




Port Carling 




Port Elgin 




Port McNicoll 




Port Perry 


52.8 


Priceville 




1.1 


Ripley 






Rosseau 




18.3 


Shelburne 




42.1 


Southampton 




36.1 


Stayner 




25.7 


Sunderland 


2.1 
9.8 




Tara 




Teeswater 


0.7 


Thornton 




9.7 


Tottenham 


2.3 




Uxbridge 


7.0 


Victoria Harbour 


11.9 




Victoria Road . 




Walkerton 


11.3 
17.9 




Waubaushene 




Wiarton 


2.7 


Windermere 


8.4 




Wingham 


81.3 


Woodville 




0.4 









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DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 193< 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1922-1933-1934 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alliston 


107.1 
3.2 

61.0 
220.7 

36.2 

85.8 

157.3 

2.0 

46.7 

61.1 

13.0 
44.0 
10.3 
0.8 
56.2 

72.4 
7.3 
37.2 
84.1 
20.0 

162.2 

151.4 

20.9 

17.0 

19.0 

30.3 
33.1 
10.0 
121.8 
10.0 

8.8 

21.1 

119.8 

54.0 

12.7 

35.0 

104.5 

92.5 

99.5 


69.3 

3.2 

93.0 

233.4 

45.5 

110.0 

137.6 

5.0 

42.8 

103.3 

12.0 

35.7 

8.9 

0.8 

55.0 

66.3 
8.0 

27.7 
93.4 
48.2 

191.7 

136.2 

33.4 

21.0 

21.0 

28.1 
34.9 
53.0 
141.0 
10.3 

12.3 
29.3 
124.1 
50.0 
16.3 

43.9 

105.1 
114.6 
106.2 


74.5 

3.2 

144.0 

227.4 

42.9 

112.6 

131.6 

5.0 

46.1 

94.7 

17.9 

50.5 

8.7 

0.8 . 

55.0 

65.5 

7.7 

26.7 

101.8 

59.5 

179.6 

142.9 

37.9 

20.0 

22.0 

32.8 

36.1 

" 37.0 

112.0 

10.3 

9.2 

31.1 

128.7 

51.5 

13.1 

35.0 

97.4 

86.0 

106.7 




5.2 


Arthur 






Bala 




51.0 


Barrie 


6.0 
2.6 




Baysville 




B eaumaris 


2.6 


Beaverton 


6.0 




Beeton 




Bradford 




3.3 


Bruce 


8.6 




Buckskin 


5.9 


Cannington 




14.8 


Chatsworth 


0.2 




Cookstown 




Creemore 






Elmvale 


0.8 
0.3 
1.0 




Flesherton 




Gravenhurst 




Hawkestone 


8.4 


Huntsville 




11.3 


Innisfil 


12.1 




Mariposa 


6.7 


Markdale 




4.5 


Medonte 


1.0 




Midland 


1.0 


Nottawasaga 




4.7 


Orangeville 




1.2 


Owan Sound 


16.0 
29.0 




Port Perry 




Ripley 




Sauble 


3.1 




Shelburne 


1.8 


Soarrow Lake 




4.6 


Tara 




1.5 


Thornton 


3.2 

8.9 

7.7 

28.6 




Utterson 




Uxbridge 




Wasaga Beach 




Wroxeter 


0.5 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



The pronounced recovery in the load of the Eastern Ontario system 
which first became apparent during the latter part of April, 1933, continued 
at approximately the same rate of increase until the end of June, 1934, and, 
while the rate was somewhat checked in July, an appreciable gain continued 
until the end of the fiscal year. The system monthly peaks and average loads 



34 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

have shown a substantial increase over the previous year, and since February 
the monthly peak loads have exceeded all recorded maximum peak loads for 
corresponding months in any year. These comments relate to the system 
primary load. 

The fiscal year ended October 31, 1934, is the first year in which there 
has been a market in the Eastern Ontario system for secondary power. Second- 
ary power was supplied to the Gatineau Power Company on December 6, 1933, 
and was continued until April 5, 1934, during which period this system disposed 
of approximately 41,000,000 kilowatt-hours. 

With the construction of a new 110,000- volt steel-tower line between 
Ottawa and Cornwall, a direct supply of Gatineau power was made available 
to the St. Lawrence district, making it possible to discontinue the supply from 
the Cedars Rapids Transmission Company. The contract with this Company 
was cancelled as of December 31, 1933, but was extended, by agreement, as a 
temporary supply on a month-to-month basis until July 31, 1934. Since this 
time all power fed into the St. Lawrence district has been supplied from the 
interconnected system generating sources and the Gatineau Power Company. 

The 110,000-volt Ottawa-Cornwall line was extended to the Howard 
Smith Paper Company in Cornwall in order to provide a supply of secondary 
power for steam generation in accordance with an agreement made earlier 
in the year. The steam generator, with a rated capacity of 20,000 kilowatts 
was placed in regular service on August 23. The demand on this generator 
quickly reached its full capacity, and except for normal week-end reductions 
or inspection shut-downs, the generator has continued to operate at full 
capacity. 

Because of limited stream flow and tie-line capacity, sufficient energy 
could not be delivered from the Eastern Ontario system sources alone to 
operate the steam generator at full capacity. Arrangements were therefore 
made with the Gatineau Power Company, at no additional cost to the Com- 
mission, for additional energy under the 60-cycle contract, with a corresponding 
reduction on the 25-cycle contract. By this arrangement the disposal of a 
maximum amount of surplus energy was made possible. Up to October 31, the 
steam generator had taken a total of 28,249,500 kilowatt-hours, of which 
15,094,518 kilowatt-hours, or 53 per cent, was derived from Eastern Ontario 
system sources, and 13,154,982 kilowatt-hours, or 47 per cent, was obtained 
by transfer from the Niagara system. 

It is of interest to note that, on three occasions during periods of low 
stream flow on the Trent river during the past fiscal year, the weekly average 
surplus capacity available on the normally interconnected parts of the system 
in excess of firm load requirements, was limited to less than 5,000 horsepower. 

During the year the usual programme of general plant inspection and 
maintenance work was carried out. With one or two exceptions all turbines 
were un watered and inspected, and minor repairs and adjustments made. 
Whenever possible forebays were un watered, concrete inspected, and all 
sunken debris removed. The governors in the various plants were inspected 
and adjusted. Practically all high-tension oil-breakers on the system were over- 
hauled at least once during the year. Some of the work is outlined in the 
following paragraphs. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



35 



HORSEPOWER 



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100,000 



50.000 



Generating Stations 

At Meyersburg, plant No. C-8, due to damage by erosion, extensive 
welding was carried out on the runner of one turbine, using stainless steel 
as a final coating. 

At Ranney Falls, plant No. C-10, the lignum vitae bearings on both 
turbines were adjusted, and the head-gate winches were overhauled. The 
electrolytic lightning arresters on one of the 44,000-volt lines were overhauled, 
56 defective cones being replaced. 

At Seymour, plant No. C-ll, all the main turbines and the exciter turbine 
were overhauled. On one generator twelve coils which burned out during an 
electrical storm were replaced. 

At Heely Falls, plant No. C-14, and at Auburn, plant No. C-18, the 
turbines were thoroughly inspected but only minor repairs and adjustments 
were necessary. 

At Fenelon Falls, plant No. C-30, some work was necessary in order to 
prevent further undermining of the foundation, also, due to undermining of 



36 



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PLATE A— PRECIPITATION DATA— 1934 

The upper graph represents the estimated actual monthly precipitation on the Otonabee 
watershed expressed as a percentage of the normal precipitation. 

The estimate is based upon the actual and normal return of the Meteorological Service for 
Peterboro, Lindsay, Bancroft and Haliburton. 

Although the numerical values differ from month to month the normal precipitation is taken 
as 100 per cent, hence the solidly hatched areas represent the amount by which the precipitation 
exceeded the average while the dotted hatched area represents in a similar manner the deficiencies. 

The lower graph shows the actual and normal precipitation in inches of rain. 



Graph No. 3 — Average daily wastage at all H-E.P.C. plants. In the weekly aggregate the area under 
this graph equals the wastage represented by the dotted hatched area between curves 
2 and 1a. 

Graph No. 5 — Midnight elevations of Rice Lake. 

Graph No. 6 — Midnight elevations of Heely-Hastings reach. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



37 



■ELEC.TPIC POWER l COMMISSION .Of 
C^hol OnUno Dtth,c> 

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PLATE B— GENERAL OPERATING DATA 

December 10, 1933, to December 9, 1934 

Notes for Eastern Ontario District General Operating Data Curves 

Graph No. 1 — System average weekly load in kilowatts which includes power purchased from the 

Gatineau Power Company. 
Graph No. 1a — Weekly average load in kilowatts supplied by H-E.P.C. plants on the Trent and 

Otonabee rivers. 
Graph No. 2 — Weekly average power equivalent of total flow at all H-E.P.C. Plants. This equals the 
weekly average load supplied by these plants, plus the power equivalent of the weekly 
average wastage at these plants. This wastage is shown by the dotted hatched area 
between curves 2 and 1a. 

(Explanation continued on page 36, facing) 



38 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

the floor, the switchboard had to be levelled and the turbine and generator 
shafts of both units lined up. The second 400-kv-a. generator failed in service 
under normal operating conditions on July 1. It may be recalled from last 
year's Annual Report that the first unit failed under similar circumstances 
last year. These machines are of the revolving-armature type and have been 
in service for more than thirty years. The failures were undoubtedly due to 
deterioration of the coil insulation. The armature was completely rebuilt; 
this included replacing one-fifth of the iron laminations and the re-insulation 
of all coils. 

At High Falls generating station on the Mississippi river the wood-stave 
penstock was cleaned and treated with creosote. 

At Calabogie generating station on the Madawaska river, no work other 
than the regular routine maintenance was necessary. The spare third unit, 
including turbine, generator and regulating devices, which had been stored 
at Calabogie but never installed, was shipped to the Rat Rapid development 
on the Albany river. 

At Galetta generating station on the Mississippi river, a crack in the 
bulkhead wall of No. 1 unit was repaired. 



Municipal, Distributing and Switching Stations 

At Auburn transformer station the grounds were improved by grading, 
sodding and by planting seedling trees. This work was carried out in co- 
operation with the city of Peterboro. 

At Belleville switching station an improved high-tension line and bus 
relay scheme was installed. 

At Cataraqui rural station one of the 100-kv-a. single-phase transformers 
failed in service on August 17, and was replaced by a system reserve trans- 
former. The defective transformer was repaired and returned to reserve stores 
on September 18. 

At Marmora, due to the construction of a bridge over the Crow river 
and the consequent raising of the highway, it was necessary to construct a 
new station. 

At McDonalds Corners, near Perth, a 25-kv-a., 26,000-volt rural sub- 
station was constructed. 

At Omemee distributing station a defective bushing was replaced in one 
of the 50-kv-a., 44, 000- volt transformers. 

At Oshawa No. 1 distributing station the 44,000-volt electrolytic lightning 
arresters were overhauled. A defective section of three conductor, No. 4/0, 
4,500-volt lead-covered cable, approximately 100 feet in length, was replaced 
on one of the low-tension feeders. A set of three single-pole disconnecting 
switches was installed on the 44,000-volt bus for sectionalizing purposes and 
to facilitate work on the high-tension wiring. 

At Port Hope switching station changes were made in the relay system. 

At Prescott distributing station a new low-tension relay system was 
placed in service on February 22. 

At Renfrew transformer station protective and alarm devices were in- 
stalled on the high-tension transformers and transformer oil-circulating 
system. The private telephone line was extended approximately 3,000 feet 



1935 



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39 



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not only to provide communication facilities but also remote alarm indication 
at the attendant's residence in the event of trouble. The above apparatus 
was installed as an operating economy, the station being now under the super- 
vision of a standby attendant, instead of a full-time operator. 

At Smiths Falls transformer station a defective bushing on the tertiary 
transformer was replaced. Polarity of the main transformer bank was changed 
in order to facilitate parallel operation of the 110,000-volt Ottawa-Kingston 
and Ottawa-Cornwall lines through the St. Lawrence district 44,000-volt lines. 



40 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



RENFREW D/ST SYSTEM 



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GENERATING STATIONS 
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TRANSFORMER STAT/OAIS 

D/STR/aOTINC STATIONS 

STATION'S AND L/AIES /N SERY/CE 

STATION'S AND LINES AIOT COMMISSION'S PROPERTY 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
MADAWASKA DISTRICT 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1934 



HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



A condenser potential device was installed in the 44,000-volt neutral in order 
to provide for ground protection on the 44,000-volt line to Brockville. 

At Cornwall transformer station alterations were made in order to replace 
the 110,000-volt power supply from the Cedars Rapids Transmission Company 
with the Gatineau supply which became available with the construction of the 
new 110,000-volt steel-tower line from Ottawa. 

At the Commission's pulp mill in Campbellford, the substation was over- 
hauled. The high-tension oil-breaker was made non-automatic and fuses were 
installed on a two-pole structure outside. One of the 1,125-kv-a., 3-phase 
transformers, which had been in service since 1911, burned out and was replaced 
with a similar transformer from the Campbellford stores. A number of defective 
coils were replaced in the 600-horsepower motor. 



High-Voltage Transmission Lines 

In addition to the annual programme of inspection and maintenance of 
high-tension transmission lines, approximately 380 poles were relocated due to 
highway improvements. Approximately 9,800 poles were inspected, of which 
over 800 were stubbed due to rot at the ground line, and more than 6,300 were 
treated with a chemical preservative. Approximately 11,000 insulators were 
inspected or tested, resulting in the replacement of 1,200 defective units. 
The usual programme of tree trimming and weed cutting was carried out on 
the various high-tension line sections. A number of highways, railway and 
foreign wire crossings were rebuilt to conform with present day standard 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



41 



requirements. In order to lessen damage to conductors caused by vibration, 
dampers were installed on certain sections of the 110,000-volt and 44,000- 
volt lines. 

Meter Department and Repair Shops 

An extensive programme of field work was carried out by the Meter 
department. A number of special tests relating to telephone interference, 
ground conductivity and voltage conditions were made at different points 
on the system. This department is also responsible for the operation and 
maintenance of all metering and relay equipment on the system, and is avail- 
able on request to any of the municipalities wishing to have electrical measure- 
ments made or technical problems investigated. 

The Belleville machine and meter repair shop has continued testing and 
repairing service meters for municipal and rural systems. 3,814 meters were 
adjusted and repaired, and 569 new meters were handled in this shop during 
the year. The usual programme of machine shop work in connection with 
hydraulic and electrical maintenance was carried out. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1933-1934 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1932 Oct. 1933 Oct. 1934 



Change in load 
1933-1934 



Decrease Increase 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville 

Bloomfield 

Bowmanville... 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Chesterville 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 

Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Kemptville 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora 

Martintown... 

Maxville 

Millbrook 

Napanee 



212.9 


227.7 


30.1 


32.4 


82.4 


74.4 


23.4 


29.2 


3,701.4 


3,786.6 


73.4 


76.1 


1,546.2 


1,528.8 


270.7 


279.9 


2,380.1 


2,329.1 


139.7 


142.3 


966.5 


1,030.8 


191.1 


159.9 


1,424.7 


1,501.3 


163.6 


126.8 


148.6 


118.5 


42.3 


44.9 


65.2 


73.9 


175.6 


131.3 


241.3 


246.2 


5,105.2 


5,429.6 


209.7 


223.8 


64.7 


71.8 


33.6 


43.8 


1,564.5 


1,760.1 


153.6 


152.1 


85.8 


84.7 


21.5 


21.8 


80.4 


85.2 


79.6 


75.6 


935.2 


978.7 



207.4 

30.3 

74.4 

27.3 

3,866.9 

76.3 
1,688.1 

267.8 
2,497.3 

148.4 

1,014.7 
170.1 

1,317.7 
137.0 
126.6 

43.5 

87.4 

126.1 

272.1 

5,921.3 

206.1 

79.0 

36.0 

1,866.1 

146.6 

94.2 
22.5 
73.4 
76.5 
953.2 



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16.1 
183.6 



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11.8 
25.'5 



80.3 

0.2 
159.3 



168.2 
6.1 



10.2 



10.2 
8.1 



13.5 



25.9 
491.7 



7.2 
106.6 



9.5 

0.7 



0.9 



42 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1932-1933-1934 

— Continued 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Newburgh 


42.6 

64.2 

116.3 

77.4 
78.3 

6,494.6 

25,758.6 

1,038.9 

6,011.4 

871.6 

1,081.9 

770.8 

45.9 

42.6 

1,509.3 

239.9 

2,745.4 

169.2 

67.7 

191.7 

65.1 

1,009.4 

142.1 

235.7 


45.6 
101.0 
96.1 
97.7 
78.6 

6,722.5 

26,208.0 

1,135.4 

6,407.7 

869.8 

1,149.1 

696.5 

47.4 

51.1 

1,468.4 

213.1 

2,911.1 

145.9 

73.4 

167.5 

69.4 

. 987.9 

198.4 

231.5 


39.5 

102.5 

102.0 

102.0 

74.9 

8,859.2 

26,954.1 

1,139.4 

6,095.3 

868.7 

1,178.6 

705.8 

47.7 

41.3 

1,549.6 

243.9 

2,948.5 

165.8 

64.9 

199.7 

68.3 
994.6 
212.4 
213.2 


6.1 




Newcastle 


1.5 


Norwood 




5.9 


Omemee 




4.3 


Orono 


3.7 




Oshawa 


2,136.7 


Ottawa 




746.1 


Perth 




4.0 


Peterborough 


312.4 
1.1 




Picton 




Port Hope 


29.5 


Prescott 




9.3 


Richmond 




0.3 


Russell 


9.8 




Smiths Falls 


81.2 


Stirling 




30.8 


Trenton 




37.4 


Tweed 




19.9 


Warkworth 


8.5 




Wellington 


32.2 


Westport 


1.1 




Whitby 


6.7 


Williamsburg 




14.0 


Winchester... 


18.3 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 


—RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1932-1933-1934 


Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


30.4 

304.0 

97.3 

22.8 
288.1 

67.3 
186.2 
242.9 

94.2 

47.2 

445.0 
18.1 

296.2 
32.7 
10.0 


31.5 
324.8 
106.4 

22.8 
298.2 

69.5 

184.3 

270.7 

120.0 

52.5 

428.1 
19.3 

323.7 
34.3 
16.4 


31.0 
310.8 
102.7 

22.8 
278.1 

65.6 

170.1 

279.1 

97.8 

48.9 

408.8 
20.7 

324.9 
39.6 
16.4 


0.5 

14.0 

3.7 




Belleville 




Bowman ville 




Brighton 




Brockville 


20.1 

3.9 

14.2 




Campbellford 




Chesterville 




Cobourg 


8.4 


Colborne 


22.2 
3.6 

19.3 




Fenelon Falls 




Iroquois 




Kemptville 


1.4 


Kingston 




1.2 


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5.3 


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■HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 


—RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 193; 
— Continued 


1-1933-1934 


Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Martintown 


53.4 

156.0 

34.3 

177.2 

624.3 

72.6 

27.9 

3.0 

677.0 

21.4 

420.4 
109.8 
48.1 
151.8 
127.5 

3.0 

194.6 

52.8 


47.4 
156.6 

36.3 
213.9 
590.6 

63.6 

22.9 

2.0 

626.2 

34.8 

391.1 
106.4 
46.2 
183.7 
204.7 

3.0 

176.5 

73.3 


51.8 
157.4 

42.1 
211.1 
582.3 

63.4 

19.8 

4.8 

727.8 

26.8 

438.8 
116.6 
50.5 
156.1 
209.3 

3.0 

173.8 
82.8 




4.4 


Maxville 




0.8 


Millbrook 




5.8 


Napanee 


2.8 
8.3 

0.2 
3.1 




Nepean 




Newcastle 




Norwood 




Omemee 


2.8 


Oshawa 




101.6 


Perth 


8.0 




Peterborough ... 


47.7 


Prescott 




10.2 


Stirling . 




4.3 


Smiths Falls 


27.6 




Trenton . 


4.6 


Warkworth 






Wellington 


2.7 




Williamsburg 


9.5 









THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The load on the Thunder Bay system increased over the previous year. 
A large amount of power was sold for the generation of process steam (utilized 
in the pulp and paper industry), with the result that the average monthly 
energy generated showed an increase of 69 per cent and the average monthly 
peak an increase of 81 per cent over 1933. Excluding this steam load, the 
average monthly energy generated was 1.35 per cent greater, but the average 
monthly peak was 1.9 per cent less than in 1933. 

Two new loads were added to the system. On November 12, two 12,000-kw. 
electric steam generators and auxiliary equipment were placed in service at 
the Provincial Paper Mill in Port Arthur. Power is supplied to this steam 
station over a short section of 110,000-volt wood-pole line, which is an extension 
to the line from Port Arthur transformer station to the Thunder Bay Paper 
Company's Bare Point mill. On September 6, the Little Long Lac Gold Mines' 
substation, near Geraldton, was placed in service. Power is supplied to this 
station over its 33,000-volt transmission line, which is connected to the line 
of the Northern Empire Mines at Empire. 

The Nipigon Corporation Pulp Mill at Nipigon, which has not been 
operated since June, 1927, resumed operations in September. The substation 
was maintained alive, however, throughout the year, as Nipigon township 
was supplied from this point. 

Routine hydraulic maintenance work was carried on at Cameron Falls 
generating station. All power transformers at this station have operated 
satisfactorily, routine maintenance work only being required. 



44 



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No. 26 



HORSEPOWER 



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HORSEPOWER 

150,000 



125.000 



100,000 



75.000 



50,000 



25,000 



Alexander generating station gave satisfactory operating service, no major 
maintenance work being required on any equipment. This station is supervisory 
controlled from Cameron Falls generating station. While a few troubles have 
been experienced with this control equipment, on the whole it has operated 
satisfactorily. The automatic synchronizer, which is used in connection with 
this supervisory control, has given excellent service. Two new permanent 
magnet generators were installed, one on each of units 1 and 3. These are 
similar installations to that placed on No. 2 unit in 1932, and are used to supply 
energy to the governor flyball heads, replacing the pilot exciter source which 
was formerly used. 

The transmission lines have caused little trouble. The 110,000- volt system 
experienced one total interruption for one minute on June 30, when, during 
an electrical storm, No. 2 and No. 3 lines tripped out at both ends and No. 1 
line tripped out at Port Arthur. In addition to this the Great Lakes Paper 
Company suffered a short interruption due to a smokestack guy wire coming 
into contact with the line. Fort William experienced one five-minute interrup- 
tion, due to a flashover caused by a large bird flying into the line. Flashovers 
during electrical storms were responsible for four short interruptions to Nipigon 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



45 



HORSEPOWER 



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OF ONTARIO J 


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HORSEPOWER 



150.000 



125,000 



100,000 



75,000 



50,000 



25,000 



Corporation station. A 110,000- volt entrance bushing failure was responsible 
for a six-hour interruption to this station. The service to Northern Empire 
mines was interrupted on four occasions before the Little Long Lac Gold Mines 
station and line were placed in service. One of these interruptions was due 
to bushing failures in transformers at Cameron Falls generating station during 
an electrical storm, the others were due to trees falling into the line. After the 
Little Long Lac line was placed in service, ten interruptions, some of rather 
lengthy duration, were experienced due to trees falling into the line. 

Special attention has been given to testing the line insulators and re- 
placing those found faulty. The line conductors were closely inspected for 
broken or loose strands, and these repaired where necessary. 

The Port Arthur transformer station has had no curtailment of service 
to any customers due to failures of equipment. The relay equipment which was 
installed in all the 110,000- volt lines at this station in 1933 has functioned 
satisfactorily. 

The Fort William transformer station has had no failure of equipment 
or incorrect functioning of relays or breakers. Routine maintenance work 
only was required at this station. 



46 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



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paper co. ltd. 

(fort william) 



NORTHERN 
L/TTLE LONG LAC EMPIRE 
GOLDMINES CO..LTD. M//1ES CO^ITO. 



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PORT WIL LI AM R.PD. 

PORT WILLIAM 



PORT WILLIAM 

22,000 V. 



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HORSEPOWER 



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LEGEND 

GENERATING STAT/ CMS 
("HORSEPOWER" IS RATED ELECTRICAL 
HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER PACTOR) 



□ 

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TRANSFORMER STATIONS 



D/STRIBUT/NG STATIONS 



MUNICIPAL STATIONS 
STATIONS & LINES IN SERVICE 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1934 



IYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



STATIONS & LINES NOT COMMISSIONS PROPERTY. 



Precipitation in the watershed supplying this system has been about 
average, slightly over 24 inches being recorded. Even with the heavy load 
on the system it has been found necessary to waste a considerable amount 
of water at both plants during the greater part of the year. Notwithstanding 
the high river flow, the elevation of lake Nipigon has been raised about 15 
inches during the year. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1933-1934 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1932 Oct. 1933 Oct. 1934 



Change in load 
1933-1934 



Decrease Increase 



Fort William 

Nipigon Township 
Port Arthur 



10,916.7 

83.0 

35,195.1 



10,932.0 10,835.8 

101.1 105.1 

33,205.5 26,251.5 



96.2 



6,954.0 



4.0 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fort William 


35.0 
23.7 


80.0 
33.2 


83.7 
37.5 




3.7 


Port Arthur 




4.3 









1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



47 



MANITOULIN DISTRICT 

Supplying Power to the 

MANITOULIN RURAL POWER DISTRICT 

Operation of the Manitoulin district was satisfactory throughout the year. 
Three interruptions totalling four hours, thirty-three minutes, were required 
by the Manitoulin Pulp Co. to permit it to make repairs to equipment from 
which power for the district is supplied. In addition to these there were several 
short service interruptions due to lightning disturbances. There were no 
maintenance items of importance during the year. 

MANITOULIN RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1932-1933-1934 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1933-1934 




Oct. 1932 


Oct. 1933 


Oct. 1934 


Decrease 


Increase 


Manitoulin 




79.9 


87.9 




8.0 











NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Nipissing District 

The Nipissing district load trend, as indicated by a comparison of 
monthly generated peaks and average loads for the current year with the 
loads for the corresponding months of the previous year, is somewhat erratic, 
the loads for the different months of the current year being higher in some 
cases and lower in other cases than for the corresponding months of last year. 
The general trend, however, is slightly upward as indicated by the fact that 
the total kilowatt-hours generated during the current year exceeds last year's 
total by 2.7 per cent. 

Water storage conditions have been satisfactory throughout the year. 

Following a programme, initiated in 1928, for the renewal of all timber 
storage dams over a period of eight years, considerable work was done on the 
Sausage lake and Clear lake dams. At Sausage lake a reinforcing rock-filled 
timber crib, 67 feet in length with an 8-foot sluiceway in the centre, was 
constructed on the downstream side of the present dam. At Clear lake dam, 
63 feet of bridge section was replaced by a gravel-filled timber crib, which 
was equivalent to the construction of a reinforcing dam immediately down- 
stream from this section of the existing dam. 

Renewal of defective materials in the various line sections included seven 
poles, three crossarms and eighteen insulator pins on the Callander junction 
to North Bay section, 31 poles on the Bingham Chute junction to Callander 
section, 128 insulators and 34 insulator pins on the Nipissing generating station 
to Bingham Chute junction section, and 102 insulators and two insulator pins 



48 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



HOWE Y GOLD MINES L TO- 



EAR EALLS 



PATRICIA DISTRICT 

(60 CYCLES) 



ABITI8I CANYON 



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TRANSFORMER STATIONS 
SWITCHING STATIONS 



~ 1 DISTRIBUTING STATIONS 

(^J) MUNICIPAL STATIONS 

STATIONS 6. LINES IN SERVICE 

STATIONS » LINES NOT 

COMMISSIONS PROPERTY 
RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

(60 CYCLES) — (25 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1934 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



49 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



5.000 



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OF ONTARIO 


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DEC 
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DLL 



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3.000 



2.000 



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on the Elliott Chute junction to Bingham Chute Junction section. A total of 
6.05 miles of old No. 9 iron telephone conductor was replaced with No. 6 
a.c.s.r. An investigation into the destruction of wood poles by ants, which 
appears to be more serious in this district than elsewhere, was made. Remedial 
measures are being taken. 

Generating Stations 

At Nipissing generating station, No. 1 turbine and its governor pump 
were overhauled. Adjustments to No. 2 turbine were made pending complete 
overhauling. One armature coil in No. 2 generator was replaced. 

The timber deck of the pipe-line headblock was replaced with a rock 
and gravel fill. The timber deck on the wing dam was replaced with a new 
deck, the old timber supports being replaced by steel beams. 

A number of leaks in the wood-stave pipe line were stopped by installing 
tarred felt paper held in place by pre-formed steel plates inserted under the 
pipe-line bands. Three defective bench sills supporting the pipe line were 
replaced. The under side of the roadway bridge over the wood-stave pipe 
line was sheathed with galvanized iron to prevent the collection of dirt on 
the pipe line. 

Obsolete choke coils on the outgoing 22, 000- volt line were removed. 
One 22,000-volt oil circuit-breaker bushing, which failed due to lightning, 
was replaced. The four-pole transformer structure supporting the outdoor 
service transformers was rebuilt using new materials throughout. 



50 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

At Bingham Chute generating station the bronze cooling coils in two 
300-kw. power transformers were replaced with new copper coils, and the oil, 
which tests showed to be too high in acid content, was replaced with new oil. 
One armature coil in No. 1 generator failed in service and was replaced. 

Extensive repairs to Bingham Chute dam were undertaken. A concrete 
core wall was constructed in the earth-fill section, a section of the concrete 
gravity wall which broke away under severe winter stresses was replaced, 
and the east wing wall was reinforced with a rock fill. Additional bracing 
was installed to support the headblock deck. 

At Elliott Chute generating station a frost protection housing with electric 
heating facilities was installed on the downstream side of that section of the 
headblock in which is located the riser from the pipe line to the deck. An 
additional 28 cubic yards of riprap were laid on the upstream face of the earth- 
fill dam to prevent erosion at the water line, and an additional twenty cubic 
yards of gravel were spread on top of the earth-fill dam. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

At North Bay No. 1 substation extensive changes, including the installa- 
tion of an additional 750-kv-a. power transformer, the replacement of the 
obsolete 22,000-volt lightning arrester with a modern arrester, and various 
alterations and additions to the low-tension switching equipment were made, 
and the new equipment was placed in operation on September 30. 

At Callander substation three 22,000-volt fuse holders, which were found 
on test to be causing radio interference, were replaced with a better type of 
holder. The obsolete telephone protective equipment at this station was 
replaced with up-to-date equipment. 

At the Canadian Timber Company substation in Callander a bank of 
bucking transformers was installed to reduce the low-tension voltage on the 
customer's supply. One power-transformer high-tension bushing at this station 
failed in service, and was returned to the manufacturer for repairs and im- 
provements. All other high-tension transformer bushings at this station were 
also returned to the manufacturer for improvement. 

Sudbury District 

The highest generated peak load on record for the Sudbury district oc- 
curred on February 12, 1934. For the first ten months of the current year the 
generated peak and average loads exceeded the peak and average loads for 
the corresponding months of the previous year. During September the peak 
load was down one per cent and the average load down three per cent with 
respect to the loads of September, 1933, but this was apparently due to cur- 
tailment of load over a four-day period by one of the larger customers while 
repairs to their plant were in progress. The October peak load was the same 
as the peak for the previous October, but the average load increased 7.7 
per cent. 

As stated in the last Report the Wanapitei lake level was lowered about 
four feet below normal during the summer months of 1933, to oblige the 
operators of certain mining properties. Owing to sub-normal precipitation, 
additional storage for power generation during the fall and early winter was 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



51 



HORSEPOWER 



5 

FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
OEC 
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AUG 
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DEC 
JAN 
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MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
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NOV 
DEC 
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MAR 
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DEC 










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MAR 
APR 

JUNE 

AUG 

SEPT 

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HORSEPOWER 



20.000 



10.000 



not regained before the freeze-up. This, combined with an increase in flow 
requirements to meet district load increases, resulted in a complete depletion 
of usable storage by the time relief was obtained from the spring run-off. 
In order to draw the water from the lake at the low levels which existed in 
late February, March and early April, it was necessary to blast out gravel 
and boulders which restricted the stream flow a short distance upstream from 
the Wanapitei lake storage dam. The water storage situation at the end of the 
present fiscal year is satisfactory. 

On the sixteen-mile tie line between McVittie and Coniston generating 
stations, all brush was cleared from the right-of-way, twenty-one defective 
poles were replaced, fifty-one poles were stubbed, the remaining poles were 
straightened where necessary, and all poles were butt treated with solignum. 

Blasting by road gangs in the vicinity of the tie line between Stinson and 
Coniston generating stations was the cause of several cases of damage to insu- 
lators, conductors, and poles. All poles on this section were butt treated with 
solignum and the right-of-way was cleared of brush. A few defective insulators 
were replaced on the line between Coniston generating station and Sudbury. 

At Coniston generating station the outside surfaces of the three steel 
penstocks were cleaned and protective coatings of red lead were applied where 
required. An investigation into the cause of leakage through the timber dam 
was made, following which the upstream side of the dam was resheathed 
with two-inch ship lap, a new timber crib and clay puddle section was built 
at the end opposite the headrace, new flooring was laid in all sluiceways, and 
the corners of two piers were reinforced. As a result of this work leakage through 
the dam, which had reached serious proportions, was reduced to a negligible 
amount. 



52 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

No. 3 turbine was completely overhauled. Forty new gate-link bolts 
and seven new gate-link pins were made and installed, and cracks in four 
buckets of the downstream runner were re welded. No. 1 and No. 2 turbines 
were found to require only minor adjustments. 

At McVittie generating station new filler gate stems were installed on 
both headgates and a new filler gate was installed in the No. 2 headgate. 
Protective housings were erected around the vent pipes of No. 1 and No. 2 
penstocks and electric heaters were installed inside these housings. 

No. 1 and No. 2 turbines were inspected and found to require only minor 
adjustments. 

The lead-covered cable between No. 1 generator and the low-tension 
switching equipment failed in service and has been temporarily replaced, 
pending delivery of a new cable. Insulation tests show that failure of the 
corresponding cable between No. 2 generator and the low-tension switching 
equipment may be anticipated at any time and it is the intention to replace 
this cable also. 

At Stinson generating station the exciter turbine was completely over- 
hauled. Six new gate bolts were made and installed, the upstream end of the 
turbine shaft was re- threaded and a new runner locking nut was installed. 
No. 1 and No. 2 turbines were inspected and found in good condition, only 
minor adjustments being required. 

At Sudbury transformer station an additional 1,000-kv-a., 23,500/2,400- 
volt transformer has been supplied for use in case of failure of one of the three 
units feeding the city load. One 2,200- volt oil circuit-breaker on the feeder 
serving the city motor load was damaged beyond repair by lightning on May 21. 
This breaker was replaced by a similar unit. 



Abitibi District 

The extent of growth in the Abitibi district is indicated by the fact that 
the average of the monthly generated peaks for the fiscal year 1934, is approxi- 
mately 312 per cent of the average of the monthly generated peaks for the 
fiscal year 1933. A comparison of total energy generated in the two years shows 
an even greater increase. This growth is due partly to the supply of secondary 
power for steam generation and partly to the acquisition of new primary 
load, the latter being in October, 1934, approximately 100 per cent greater 
than in October, 1933. 

The year 1933-34 was the first complete year's operation of the Abitibi 
Canyon generating station. The second unit, which had been available for 
service intermittently since the latter part of August, was officially released 
for continuous operation on December 7, 1933. In general, the performance 
of all equipment was very satisfactory, and no major maintenance or repair 
work was required. There were, of course, the usual number of minor adjust- 
ments, changes and additions to equipment, which may be anticipated in a 
new station of this size. Despite an unusually severe winter, ice troubles 
were chiefly confined to the collection of frozen spray on the waste gate operat- 
ing mechanisms which interfered with gate operation. This was remedied by 



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constructing tarpaulin shields around the apparatus affected. Routine inspec- 
tions of equipment according to schedule were carried out throughout the year. 
The spring freshet, which at its peak involved the passage of 70,000 c.f.s. 
through the waste channel, was handled satisfactorily. 

One 3 -phase, 1,500-kv-a. service transformer, which was supplied to sup- 
plement the 450-kv-a. service unit originally installed, was placed in service 
on January 3. A second 1,500-kv-a. service transformer, which was installed 
in an outdoor substation to serve the operators' colony, was placed in service 
on February 11. 

Connections between the third 132,000-volt power circuit from Abitibi 
Canyon to Hunta, and the high-tension bus at Canyon were completed and 
placed in service on January 31. 

Of .a total of thirty-four service interruptions to the International Nickel 
Company at Copper Cliff, twenty-nine were directly attributable to lightning 
disturbances oyer the 246 miles of 132,000-volt steel-tower line exposure 
between Abitibi Canyon and the customer's station, two were due to unknown 
causes, two were due to a bush fire which crossed the line in the vicinity of 
Westree, and the remaining one was due to reflection of trouble from another 



54 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

part of the district. Except for these unavoidable interruptions, the operation 
of the lines serving this customer was satisfactory, maintenance work being 
confined to the replacement of a small number of defective insulators, the 
majority of which were damaged by rifle shots, the clearing of brush from sec- 
tions of the right-of-way, and the replacement of a short section of wood-pole 
telephone line which was damaged by a bush fire. 

On January 31 one circuit of the second double-circuit 132,000-volt 
steel-tower line between Abitibi Canyon generating station and Hunta, one 
circuit of the double-circuit 132,000-volt steel-tower line between Hunta and 
Iroquois Falls and a new 56-mile, single circuit 132,000-volt wood-pole line 
between Iroquois Falls and Kirkland Lake, were placed in service, in order 
to make initial delivery of power to the Northern Canada Power Corporation 
at Kirkland Lake. In order to deliver this power on the contract date it had 
been necessary to construct the 56 miles of wood-pole line between Iroquois 
Falls and Kirkland under most adverse winter conditions. As a result of this, 
considerable difficulty was experienced in maintaining service during the 
spring months when the frost was coming out of the ground. Following the 
completion of adjustments necessitated by this condition, the operation of the 
lines serving Kirkland Lake was satisfactory, maintenance work being confined 
to the replacement of a few insulators which were broken by rifle shots, the 
replacement of one broken pole, and the straightening of three poles which 
were blown partially over by a very severe windstorm. 

On April 30, a new 38-mile, 132,000-volt single-circuit wood-pole line 
between Kirkland Lake and Matachewan was placed in service in preparation 
for service to customers in the Matachewan area. The operation of this section 
of line was satisfactory. 

On July 31, the 21-mile, double-circuit, steel-tower line between Hunta 
and Smooth Rock Falls was placed in service for initial delivery of power to 
the Abitibi Power and Paper Company mill at Smooth Rock Falls. 

On September 8, 4.8 miles of 12,000-volt single-circuit, wood-pole line 
between Kirkland Lake and Bidgood Kirkland Gold Mines were placed in 
service. 

At Kirkland Lake, initial delivery of power to the Canada Northern 
Power Corporation was required before the Commission's transformer station 
was completed. To accomplish delivery to the customer's low-tension bus, 
power from the Commission's high-tension line was stepped down through a 
bank of three 3,000-kv-a., 110,000/11,000-volt transformers, which were loaned 
to the Commission by the customer. One of these units failed in service while 
on loan and the minor repairs required were made at the expense of the Com- 
mission. 

The Commission's Kirkland Lake transformer station was completed 
and placed in service on July 26. Power from the Commission's high-tension 
circuits is stepped down through a bank of three 9,500-kv-a. transformers 
to a low-tension voltage of approximately 12,000. This voltage is regulated to 
conform to the customer's low- tension voltage requirements by means of a 
three-phase, 15,000-kv-a. voltage regulator, of the tap changing underload 
type. Accessory equipment includes high-tension air-break switches, low-ten- 
sion oil circuit-breakers, transformer cooling-water system, transformer oil- 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 55 

filtering equipment, etc. The station is of the outdoor, steel-structure type, and 
the site adjoins the site of the Canada Northern Power Corporation station. 
Under an operating agreement with the Canada Northern Power Corporation the 
Commission's station is operated in conjunction with the Corporation's 
station by the Corporation's staff and operation in this manner has been 
satisfactory. 

At Matachewan a new station erected to serve mining customers in the 
Matachewan area was placed in service on April 30. Power from the Com- 
mission's high-tension line is stepped down through a bank of three 1,500-kv-a. 
transformers to approximately 26,000 volts at which voltage it is distributed 
to customer's transformer stations over short feeders. The station is of the 
outdoor, wood-pole type. Accessory equipment includes a high-tension air- 
break switch, low-tension oil circuit-breaker, high and low-tension co-ordinat- 
ing spark gaps, etc. 

On June 3, initial delivery of power to the Matachewan Consolidated 
Gold Mines Limited was made, and on July 10, initial delivery to the Hollinger 
Consolidated Gold Mines Limited, Young-Davidson property, was made from 
this station. 

At Smooth Rock falls a new station was placed in service on July 31, 1934, 
to supply power for steam generation to the Abitibi Power and Paper Co. 
mill. Power from the Commission's high-tension circuits is stepped down 
through a bank of three 13,000-kv-a. transformers to approximately 6,600- 
volts, at which voltage it is supplied to two 25,000-kv-a. steam generators. 
The transformers and high-tension equipment are installed in an outdoor 
type, steel-structure station. The low-tension buses and equipment are housed, 
and the steam generators are installed in the mill building. Accessory equip- 
ment includes high-tension disconnecting switches, low-tension oil breakers, 
steam generator circulating pumps, etc. This station is operated for the Com- 
mission by the customer's staff. 

On September 8, initial delivery of power 'to Bidgood Kirkland Gold 
Mines Limited from the Kirkland Lake station was made. This involved 
placing in service at Kirkland Lake station a low-tension oil circuit-breaker, 
and a set of low-tension disconnecting switches through which power from the 
low-tension bus is supplied to the low-tension line feeding the customer's 
station. 

On June 3, the temporary supply of power for steam generation to 
Abitibi Power and Paper Company at Iroquois Falls was discontinued at the 
customer's request. Delivery of this power commenced October 23, 1933. 

At Hunta the installation of line disconnecting switches on all incoming 
and outgoing lines, and installation of a transfer bus with disconnecting switches 
between the bus and various lines, is in progress. Those switches associated with 
the two easterly incoming and outgoing circuits were completed and placed 
in service on October 21. On the same date two sets of disconnecting switches 
which had been installed at Iroquois Falls in the two circuits between Hunta 
and Iroquois Falls, were placed in service. 

As practically all equipment in the district is comparatively new, main- 
tenance work has been at a minimum, no failures of any major equipment 
having been experienced to date. Routine inspections of all equipment, and 
repairs or adjustments where required, have been made. 



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Patricia District 

The generating and transformer station at Ear Falls on the English river 
has been in satisfactory operation throughout the year. All equipment has 
functioned as required, there being no failures of major importance. The 
system load has shown an increase over that existing during the previous 
year. The average monthly energy generated was about 30 per cent greater 
and the average monthly peak approximately 26 per cent higher during 1934 
than in 1933. 

Excellent service has been obtained from the 44,000-volt transmission 
line and equipment, there being no interruptions due to trouble during the 
year. An interruption was arranged with the Howey Gold Mines Limited on 
November 29, in order to install a temporary rheostat in the generator field 
circuit and to improve the governor operation at Ear Falls generating station. 
During the period May 24 to 28, three short interruptions were arranged in 
order to allow the installation of an automatic generator voltage regulator 
equipment and pilot exciter. 

This voltage regulator equipment was installed in an attempt to reduce 
the wide swings in voltage which had been present since the Howey Gold 
Mines placed its new hoist in service late in October. This regulator equipment 
is operating satisfactorily and favourable results have been obtained. 

A certain amount of maintenance work has been carried out on the major 
equipment during the pre-arranged plant shut-downs. The turbine operating 
mechanism, governor system, and auxiliary mechanical equipment have been 
inspected and overhauled where needed. 



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57 



The 44,000-volt transmission line between the generating station and the 
Howey Gold mines, which is owned by the Howey Gold Mines, Limited, has 
been operated and maintained for this company throughout the year under the 
same arrangement for costs as previously. The transmission circuit has func- 
tioned satisfactorily during the year. 

The flow in the English river has been adjusted from time to time, as 
required by the Lake-of-the-Woods Control Board, by means of the regulating 
dam at Ear Falls. 

The precipitation in the vicinity of Ear Falls has been slightly above 
normal, being 26 inches during the year. Owing to the heavy snowfall the 
run-off occurred very quickly and the level of lac Seul rose very rapidly, 
notwithstanding the fact that exceptionally large river flows were permitted. 
Heavy inflows to the lower English river also contributed to high tail water 
at the plant. While the level of lac Seul had been regulated during the previous 
years to 1,161.5, it rose as high as 1,166.95 this year. This has been materially 
reduced, being 1,164.0 on October 31, 1934, as compared with 1,160.8 on 
October 31, 1933. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1932-1933-1934 


Municipality 


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Sudbury 


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58 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION III 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



The Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the municipalities with 
which it has contracts. In this connection the Commission assists the municipal 
officials to make arrangements for the purchase, construction or extension of 
distribution systems. As provided under The Power Commission Act all rate 
adjustments are approved by the Commission. A study of the operating condi- 
tions of all utilities is therefore made annually and adjustments recommended. 
The Commission exercises a general supervision over the management and 
operation of all systems more especially in smaller municipalities which, 
individually, are not of sufficient size to employ a manager with the technical 
knowledge necessary to administer all phases of the local system's operation. 

In the case of the rural power districts, the Commission — on behalf of 
the corporations of the individual townships — operates the rural power systems, 
and distributes electrical energy to the customers of the respective corporations 
in any such rural power district. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 



On July 1, 1934, a second block of power, amounting to 20,000 horsepower, 
was taken from the MacLaren-Quebec Power Company, and on October 1, 
1934 a third block of power, amounting to 54,000 horsepower, was taken from 
the Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company. This power is transmitted 
over the 220, 000- volt line from Beaudet to Chats Falls. 

The load on the Niagara system during the fiscal year 1934 shows a 
substantial increase in the total amount of power taken by the municipalities 
and industrial companies, in each month of the year, excepting November 1933, 
as compared with the corresponding months of the previous year. The figures 
used in this comparison do not include secondary power sold for process 
steam generation and for export to the United States. During the year a 
substantial increase was shown in the sale of secondary power. The loads on 
the systems of the Commission are referred to more fully in Section II of this 
Report. 

"Secondary" Power 

" Secondary" power is the term applied to power which is sold subject to 
unlimited interruptions, to reduction, or to complete withdrawal, at any time 
it is required for use by municipalities or for the maintenance of the supply of 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 59 

firm power. Although the Niagara system has a high load-factor it has, of 
course, daily and seasonal peaks; thus there are, even in times of normal 
industrial activity, periods of the day and of the year when large amounts of 
"secondary" power are available. "Secondary" power, however, on account 
of the uncertainty of the times and durations of the system peaks, is not 
sufficiently dependable for ordinary industrial uses. A limited amount of such 
power can be utilized by special industries in certain heating and electro- 
chemical processes. Although Canadian consumers are at all times given priority 
of consideration, the chief market for "secondary" power which the Commis- 
sion has had at its disposal on the Niagara system has, up till recently, been 
in the United States, served by supply systems securing a large proportion of 
their power from steam plants. Such systems, by utilizing when available this 
"secondary" power, can conserve their fuel supplies. The sale of this power 
to the Canadian Niagara Power Company for use in the United States has 
enabled the Commission to employ profitably its generating equipment at 
times when not required to take care of the demands of the Niagara system. 
During the year this Company has continued to take this kind of power in 
substantial quantities. 

Profitable Employment of System Reserve Generating Capacity 

In times of curtailed industrial activity the amount of reserve power 
capacity which it is necessary to maintain, increases. If this reserve capacity 
can be put to profitable temporary use under conditions or contracts that 
ensure the maintenance of its character as system reserves, it is an economic 
gain to the Province and brings to the Hydro undertaking a revenue which 
reduces the cost of maintaining the essential reserves. 

One market for this type of power is found in the production of steam for 
industrial processes. During the past year the Commission has supplied 
substantial amounts of secondary power for steam purposes and arrangements 
are being made to supply other companies in a similar manner. As general 
economic conditions improve, there will be less, reserve power available for 
this purpose because more will be required for the normal uses of the muni- 
cipalities. Meantime, it may be noted, the utilization of reserve power for the 
production of process steam replaces imported coal. 

Engineering Assistance to Municipalities 

General engineering assistance was given during the year to practically 
all municipalities in the Niagara system in connection with the operation and 
management of their local systems. 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
regarding a number of matters, which are more fully referred to as follows: 

Acton — Assistance was given in arranging for new office quarters. 

Etobicoke Township — Arrangements were made for doubling the 
capacity of Islington station. 

Exeter — At the request of the Exeter Public Utilities Commission, the 
Commission's rural office took over the operation of the local system. 

Forest Hill — The transfer from York Township to Forest Hill of the 
distribution system in the village has been under consideration and will be 
submitted to the electorate at an early date. 



60 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Georgetown— The removal of all distribution circuits from the business 
portion of Main street, excepting those used for street lighting, was completed. 

Paris — Reconstruction of part of the distributing system and the installa- 
tion of new underground feeders was completed during the year. Erection of a 
new structure for terminating the underground circuits will eliminate a serious 
hazard and help to prevent a number of interruptions. Plans were prepared 
and the work supervised by the Commission's engineers. 

Sarnia— Installation of one 150-horsepower motor and one 200-horse- 
power, 4,000-volt slip-ring motor in the waterworks plant was completed. 
These motors are directly connected to centrifugal pumps which have a 
capacity of 3,240,000 imperial gallons, and 4,320,000 imperial gallons per 
24 hours respectively. The original steam-driven pumps are being retained as a 
reserve. 

Tillsonburg — The local municipal substation is being redesigned to take 
advantage of the better operation obtainable from modern equipment. 

Zurich — Estimates were prepared of the cost of changing the distribution 
system from 4,000 volts to 8,000 volts. This work has been discussed with the 
local Board of Trustees and in all probability will be put into effect during the 
coming summer. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

There was a small increase in load in the majority of the municipalities 
amounting in the aggregate to an increase for the system of approximately 
2.6 per cent over last year. There was some expansion in the rural power 
districts, particularly in the summer resort section, but the large grain and 
quarry loads are still substantially below the demands recorded a few years ago. 

The original high-tension line between Waubaushene and Midland was 
rehabilitated during the year, the two circuits being converted to one and the 
length of the line shortened by approximately three-quarters of a mile with a 
resultant improvement both physically and financially for the municipalities 
at the north end of the Severn district. 

General engineering advice respecting the management and operation of 
the various local distribution systems, together with assistance in connection 
with the application of rates to power and lighting consumers was rendered 
to all the municipalities throughout the system. 

Assistance of a special nature was given to certain municipalities as follows : 

Barrie — To determine the cause of transformer failures, a test and check 
of the underground power circuit was made. 

Huntsville — Further advice and recommendations in connection with 
proposed ornamental street lighting for the main street was given. 

MacTier — The substation was rebuilt and the distribution system changed 
from 2,200 to 4,000 volts. New primary metering equipment was installed for 
the C.P.R. load. 

Port Sydney — In August the ratepayers of the hamlet of Port Sydney 
(formerly part of Utterson rural power district ) voted in favor of incorporation 
as a village, but the bill, which received the assent of the Legislature, postpones 
the date of possible purchase of the distribution system until August, 1935. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 61 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

In the Eastern Ontario system, which comprises the districts of Central 
Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and Madawaska, the average monthly 
primary power increased 10 per cent over 1933. Power to meet the growth was 
obtained by increased deliveries of purchased supplies under the contract with 
the Gatineau Power Company for 60-cycle power. This contract is a flexible 
one and provides for the delivery of additional power on short notice. 

The arrangements for supplying power to the St. Lawrence district were 
changed. A 11 0,000- volt line from Ottawa to Cornwall station was built in 
July. The district is now served from the interconnected sources of power on 
the system and under the terms of the agreement the contract with the Cedars 
Rapids Power Company was cancelled on July 31. 

In August ; delivery of power for steam generation to a large paper mill at 
Cornwall, was commenced. The contract is for a maximum of 26,800 horse- 
power. By this contract the Commission has disposed of practically all surplus 
power that is from time to time available on this system. The power for steam 
generation is of course delivered only when surplus power is available. 

Arrangements were nearly completed to supply 300 horsepower to a large 
mining developing company to operate a property situated in Marmora 
township. 

General engineering assistance and advice was given to nearly all the 
municipalities served by the system. 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
which are more fully referred to as follows: 

Arnprior — Municipal authorities opened negotiations with the Com- 
mission for the purchase of the local distribution plant and for a supply of 
power from the Madawaska plants under a cost contract. The necessary esti- 
mates were made and a proposal submitted by the Commission. 

Cardinal — A report on the purchase of a duplicate submarine cable to be 
laid across the Galops canal was made for the corporation. 

Casselman — The corporation requested the Commission to furnish 
information on the cost of supplying the municipality with power. Estimates 
were submitted. 

Gobden — Following the destruction of a storage dam belonging to the 
local water power plant, a by-law was passed on September 6, authorizing 
the purchase of power from the Commission. A transmission line is being 
constructed from Renfrew to supply power to Cobden from the Madawaska 
plants. 

Cobourg — The Cobourg Public Utilities Commission has installed static 
condensers in the waterworks to maintain a 90 per cent minimum local system 
power factor. Similar installations were made by two large customers of the 
local Commission. 

Deseronto — A complete rehabilitation of the 2,200-volt lines of the 
Deseronto distribution system was completed early in the year. 



62 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Napanee — The Napanee Public Utilities Commission has completed the 
conversion of a series street lighting system to a multiple system with pilot 
wire control. Extensive general improvements in the distribution system were 
also completed. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

In the Thunder Bay system load increases have taken place during the 
year, largely due to power sold for electric steam generators at the pulp and 
paper mills. The power supplied to mining properties has also increased, 
and the generating plants at Cameron Falls and Alexander have been loaded 
to capacity at various times during the year. 

The installation of 24,000 kw. in electric steam generator equipment was 
completed and placed in operation at one of the large pulp and paper mills, 
under the terms of a contract executed at the close of last year. At the present 
time there are three installations of this kind in operation, and when all are 
operating at maximum capacity the load varies from 60,000 to 70,000 horse- 
power. The power for electric steam generation is all sold on an at-will basis 
and is recallable by the Commission at any time if plant capacity is required 
to take care of firm power customers. 

A new mining contract was executed and power delivered at the close of 
the year to a property in the Little Long Lac district. One of the existing mining 
customers installed additional mill capacity, which will increase its demand 
for power by approximately 60 per cent. It is expected that this new load will 
be in operation early in the new year. Information was submitted to several 
prospective mining consumers; it is anticipated that there will be a large 
increase in the amount of power supplied to mining consumers during the 
coming year, and that several thousand horsepower may be sold for mining 
purposes in the course of the next two to four years. 

Engineering assistance and advice concerning the maintenance and opera- 
tion of the various distribution systems was given to the cities of Fort William 
and Port Arthur, and to the village of Nipigon, and the complete operation 
of the Port Arthur and Fort William rural power districts was carried on by 
the Commission on behalf of the various townships concerned. 

MANITOULIN RURAL POWER DISTRICT 

The district comprises the greater part of the island of Manitoulin, which 
has been formed into a special rural power district, including the town of Gore 
Bay and hamlet of Mindemoya. Power is purchased by the Commission from 
the Little Rapids Pulp Company at Kagawong and distributed throughout 
the rural power district. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
Nipissing District 

The district includes the area lying north and east of lake Nipissing and is 
served by three generating plants on the South river, supplemented at times 
by purchased power from Sturgeon river. The principal customers are the 
city of North Bay, the town of Powassan, the unincorporated hamlets of 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 63 

Callander and Nipissing, and the North Bay and Powassan rural power 
districts, the latter providing for electric service in portions of the townships 
of West Ferris, Himsworth, Nipissing and Widdifield. 

Very little change occurred in the power demands compared with the 
previous year. Consequently, no changes were required other than those of a 
routine nature in generating plant, transmission line, transformer stations or 
municipal distributing systems. A short extension was, however, constructed 
out of Callander to serve the Dafoe Hospital for the Dionne quintuplets, and 
power was delivered to this customer just prior to the close of the year. 

Abitibi District 

The district includes the area lying within transmission distance of the 
Abitibi Canyon development and takes in the mining districts adjacent to 
Sudbury, Kirkland Lake, Matachewan, Ramore and Timmins. During the 
year a contract was made with the Northern Canada Power Corporation 
for delivery of power at Kirkland Lake, and a transmission line was constructed 
from Iroquois Falls to Kirkland Lake and a transformer station erected at the 
line terminal for the purpose of providing service under this contract. At the 
end of the year the demand of this company was approximately 15,000 horse- 
power. Contracts were also signed with two mining companies in the Matache- 
wan district, and to serve them the transmission line was extended from 
Kirkland Lake to Powell township. A transformer station was constructed 
adjacent to the mine properties. At the end of the year the combined demand 
in the Matachewan district was about 1,500 horsepower. 

A contract with a mining company in the Kirkland Lake district was 
entered into and a short section of transmission line constructed out of the 
Kirkland Lake station to serve this customer; the power taken at the end of 
the year being about 400 horsepower. A contract was also executed covering 
service to a mining property in Hislop township, and arrangements are being 
made to construct a transformer station and approximately two miles of 
transmission line to serve the customer. An agreement was executed covering 
delivery of power to a mining property in the Timmins district, and to serve 
this customer arrangements are being made to provide a transformer station 
and a short transmission line. 

Negotiations were conducted with a number of mining properties in the 
West Shiningtree, Matachewan, Kirkland Lake, Ramore and Timmins dis- 
tricts, and information was submitted covering cost of power and the cost 
of the necessary transformation and transmission equipment required to 
serve each property. In all, negotiations of this kind were conducted with 
fifty-five mining companies in the Abitibi district, and as a result it is antici- 
pated that a number of new contracts will be obtained. Due to power supplied 
to several new mining customers and to the Northern Canada Power Corpora- 
tion, a large increase in load has taken place in this district over the previous 
year, and a greater load increase is anticipated during the coming year. 

Engineering assistance was given to the town of Timmins in making a 
valuation of the distribution system. Assistance was also given to the Mata- 
chewan townsite in connection with constructing a distribution system to 
supply lighting and power to this rapidly growing community. 



64 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Sudbury District 

The district includes the area adjacent to the city of Sudbury which is 
served at 60 cycles from three hydro-electric developments on the Wahnapitae 
river. Power is supplied for municipal and lighting purposes, and also to large 
mining companies in the Subdury basin. The output of the developments is 
practically all sold, and any future load expansion will have to be taken care of 
at 25 cycles from the Abitibi district system, or by the installation of frequency- 
changer sets for the transformation from 25 to 60 cycles. 

A new contract was prepared and forwarded to the city of Sudbury 
covering a supply of power for its requirements, and a by-law will be submitted 
to the electors at the next municipal elections. 

Negotiations were undertaken with the Treadwell-Yukon Mining Com- 
pany with respect to the acquisition of the 22, 000- volt transmission line 
between the Coniston generating station and the mine formerly operated by 
the company at Bradley in the Sudbury basin. It is expected that these negotia- 
tions will be completed in the near future. 



Espanola District 

The district comprises the territory adjacent to the Abitibi Power and 
Paper Company's power development at Espanola in the southern portion of 
the district of Sudbury. It is a new district formed this year as the result of a 
contract executed with the Abitibi Power and Paper Company covering the 
purchase of a block of 60-cycle power from the Espanola development and 
serves mining properties in the district. 



Patricia District 

The district includes the area north-west of lac Seul in Patricia district 
and comprises all of the territory within transmission distance of the Ear 
Falls development. At the present time power is being delivered to the Howey 
Gold Mining Company, and during the year negotiations have been conducted 
with a large mining property located on McKenzie island in Red Lake district. 
Negotiations were also carried on with three mining properties located in the 
Woman Lake district, and it is anticipated that at least one, if not all, of these 
properties will be supplied with power during the coming year. An investigation 
was made during the year concerning the installation of additional generating 
units at the Ear Falls development for the purpose of taking care of increased 
mining load. 

St. Joseph District 

The district comprises the territory immediately north of lake Joseph in 
Patricia district. Contracts were signed during the year with two mining 
companies, and the construction of a power development was undertaken at 
Rat Rapids on the Albany river. It is expected that the development will be 
completed early in the new year. The estimated initial power demand under 
the two contracts will be in the neighborhood of 1,000 horsepower. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 65 

RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

IN ONTARIO 



The Province of Ontario extends over a vast area of 400,000 square miles, 
the southerly portion commonly known as "Old Ontario" contains most of 
the settled population. In this territory there is an assessed area of approxi- 
mately 40,000 square miles, containing about 22,000,000 acres of which 75 
per cent is cleared land for agricultural purposes. The total rural population 
in this area exceeds 1,100,000. 

The Commission estimates that within reasonable transmission distance of 
the present transmission lines and stations about 65,000 farms may be served. 
At the end of 1934 approximately one-half of these farms were receiving elec- 
trical service. 

There are 171 operating rural power districts and power is delivered to 
approximately 64,000 rural consumers, comprising farms and dwellings in 
various groups. The consumers are situated in 353 townships and 93 police 
villages and are served over networks of rural primary lines, which aggregate 
nearly 9,500 miles. In addition to the 353 townships served by rural power 
districts, 10 townships are served jointly by rural power districts and voted 
areas. 

The widespread use of modern conveniences, such as the radio, telephone 
and automobile, has brought the rural dweller into close touch with the life 
of the cities; the annual fairs and exhibitions have made him familiar with the 
application of electrical appliances and machinery suitable for work on the 
farm. Nevertheless the conception which many rural residents at first have in 
regard to their electrical requirements is often confined to lighting of the 
house and barn. 

In order to encourage the more liberal use of electric power by Ontario 
farmers, studies were made during the year which had for their objective 
the further reduction of rural rates and the beneficial utilization of surplus 
energy. As a result of these studies three major benefits were approved as 
follows: 

1 . Free Service 

Commencing November 1, 1934, and during a period of three years there- 
after, the Commission will provide current free of charge, to operate electric 
washing machines, licensed alternating current radios, and electric pumps to 
provide water under pressure for household sanitary systems. 

The offer is available to all present farm and hamlet users (excepting sum- 
mer cottages ) now supplied from all Hydro rural power district lines in Ontario, 
who are paying standard rural rates approved for each district. It applies 
also to all new farm and hamlet homes which may be added to these lines as 
consumers during the three-year period. 



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No. 26 



2. Maximum Consumption Charge 

The Commission has found that the maximum economic limit of the first 
domestic use throughout the Province is 6 cents per kilowatt-hour. It has 
been decided therefore that in all rural power districts where the first consump- 
tion rate exceeds 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, this rate will be reduced to a 
maximum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour. The maximum second rate of 2 cents 
per kilowatt-hour applies to all districts. 



3. New Low Third Consumption Rate for Long Hour Users 

During the year the Commission made available for rural consumers a 
special energy rate for long hour uses of power by rural consumers. This 
particularly affects under-earth heating (hot-beds) and heating of water. 
Where the use of power may be obtained from the present equipment, a third 
follow-up rate of 0.75 cents gross, is given in all districts. The first rate remains 
unchanged, except that as pointed out in number 2, it is subject to a maximum 
of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, and the kilowatt-hours to be charged at the 
first rate remain unchanged. The number of kilowatt-hours to be charged at 
the second rate varies both with the class of service and the first kilowatt-hour 
rate. The following schedule shows the class of service, the number of kilowatt- 
hours per month to be charged for at the first rate, and the number of kilowatt- 
hours at the second rate according to the governing first rate. 



SCHEDULE— FOR EACH GLASS OF RURAL SERVICE— OF KILOWATT-HOURS 

PER MONTH TO BE CHARGED FOR AT THE FIRST CONSUMPTION RATE, 

AND AT THE SECOND CONSUMPTION RATE 

All kilowatt-hours in excess of the sum at the first and second rates to be billed at 

0.75 cents per kilowatt-hour. 





Number 

of 
kw-hrs. 


Number of kw-hrs. per month at second energy rate 


Class 


Where first energy rate in district is: 




of 


per month 








rural 


at 


more 


4.1 cents 


3.1 cents 




less 


service 


first 


than 


to 


to 




than 




energy 


5 cents 


5 cents 


4 cents 


3 cents 


3 cents 




rate 












IB 


30 


45 


60 


75 


105 


120 


1C 


30 


120 


150 


180 


240 


270 


2A 


30 


45 


60 


75 


105 


120 


2B 


30 


120 


150 


180 


240 


270 


3 


42 


108 


138 


168 


228 


258 


4 


. 70 


180 


230 


280 


380 


430 


5 


70 


180 


230 


280 


380 


430 


6 


126 


324 


414 


504 


684 


774 


7 


210 


540 


690 


840 


1,140 


1,290 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



67 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

The utility-motor chopper set up as shown permits chopping to be 

done while the operator is otherwise employed in the barn. The 

line shafting, when belted to the motor, will suppiy power for many 

other machines used in the barn 



Provincial Government Aids Rural Electrical Service 

Assistance respecting electrical service is given by the Province to farmers 
and rural residents in three ways, namely: 

First — A "grant-in-aid" toward the initial capital cost of supplying 
electrical service, amounting to 50 per cent of the cost of line and secondary 
equipment necessary to deliver power from the supply point of the Com- 
mission's stations or of a city, town, village, etc., to the customer's property. 
This is the maximum amount provided for by The Rural Hydro-Electric 
Distribution Act. 

Second — Authority was granted to the Commission by the Province 
in The Rural Power District Service Charge Act, 1930, to fix a maximum service 
charge for any class of service in a rural power district. Where as may be the 
case in newly established rural power districts such maximum service charge 
is not sufficient to meet the necessary cost of service, as specified by the Com- 
mission, the deficit is chargeable to and payable out of the Consolidated 
Revenue Fund of the Province. Payments made out of the Consolidated 



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No. 26 



Revenue Fund for this purpose, on account of any rural power district, are 
charged to that rural power district in a special account — known as the "Rural 
Power Service Suspense Account" — in the books of the Treasurer of Ontario, 
and any surplus thereafter arising from any maximum service charge in that 
rural power district is paid to the Treasurer of Ontario and placed to the credit 
of the rural power district in such suspense account until the deficit is extin- 
guished. Where a temporary deficit arises in any rural power district owing 
to the application of the maximum service charge, such maximum service 
charge must remain in force and be charged in that rural power district until 
the deficit is extinguished. 

The following tabulation shows the present maximum service charge, in 
effect since January 1, 1930. 



SERVICE CHARGES IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— SINCE JAN. 1, 1930 
With Provincial Grant-in-Aid — 25-cycle and 60-cycle Service 







Approx. 




Kilowatt- 










Class 


Units 


number 


Demand 


hours 


Gross 


Gross 


Net 


Net 


of 


per 


of 


allowed 


per 


annual 


monthly 


annual 


monthly 


rural 


con- 


customers 


consumer 


month 


service 


service 


service 


service 


service 


sumer* 


per mile 
of line 


in k-w. 


at 
first rate 


charge 


charge 


charge 


charge 












$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


IB 


2.25 


6.8 


1.32 


30 


18.00 


1.50 


16.20 


1.35 


1C 


3.75 


4.0 


2.0 


30 


27.96 


2.33 


25.20 


2.10 


2A 


1.90 


8.0 


1.32 


30 


20.64 


1.72 


18.60 


1.55 


2B 


3.50 


4.3 


2.0 


30 


27.96 


2.33 


25.20 


2.10 


3 


5.00 


3.0 


3.0 


42 


33.36 


2.78 


30.00 


2.50 


4 


5.35 


2.8 


5.0 


70 


36.00 


3.00 


32.40 


2.70 


5 


7.50 


2.0 


5.0 


70 


50.04 


4.17 


45.00 


3.75 


6A 


12.50 


1.2 


9.0 


126 


62.04 


5.17 


55.80 


4.65 


6B 


12.50 


1.2 


9.0 


126 


70.68 


5.89 


63.60 


5.30 


7A 


20.00 


0.74 


15.0 


210 


92.64 


7.72 


83.40 


6.95 


7B 


20.00 


0.7 


15.0 


210 


111.36 


9.28 


100.20 


8.35 



*Before a rural primary line is constructed contracts equivalent to 15 primary units per 
mile must be signed. (For explanation of units see accompanying text.) Thus three Class 3 
consumers at 5 units each equals 15 units. Service charges are adjusted so that each class of 
service bears its equitable share of the cost. 



Note: For classification of services see page 84. 



Third— An Act — The Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930 — to provide 
for granting aid towards the installation of electrical works in rural power 
districts was passed in 1930. The purpose of the Act is to provide, subject to 
regulations, advances toward the installation of electrical services in rural 
power districts. Aid may be granted for the wiring from the transmission or 
distribution lines of the Commission into and throughout dwellings, farms, 
out-houses, and any other works which may from time to time be specified by 
the regulations. In addition to the wiring, loans may be obtained on trans- 
formers, motors, or other appliances, as may be necessary or expedient for any 
industrial, agricultural or domestic purpose which may be specified in the 
regulations. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



<£* 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Milk cooling by electric refrigeration with agitation is now being used by progressive Ontario farmers 
to their economic advantage. It is reported that this method of cooling is less expensive, more 
reliable and certainly cleaner than ice 



Rural Loans 

Authority given to the Hydro-Electric Power Commission under The 
Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930, to finance the installation of wiring and 
the purchase of electrical farm equipment by rural consumers enabled the 
Commission during the past year to make loans to a number of farm users 
for the above purpose. 



During the fiscal year ending Oct. 31, 1934, there were received 107 appli- 
cations for loans; of this number 7 were withdrawn, 10 did not fulfill the require- 
ments and 22 were awaiting the receipt of final papers. In 3 cases the applicants 
changed their minds after cheques had been issued and did not require the 
loan. Out of the 29 applications held over from last year, 16 were finally 
granted. The net result is that a total of 81 loans were made during the fiscal 
year. 



Since the Rural Power District Loans Act was put into force, 602 applica- 
tions have been received and 452 loans granted. The following table shows the 
number of applications approved and granted in rural power districts in 
various systems: 



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TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



LOANS GRANTED TO CONSUMERS IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



System 


Total to Oct. 31, 
1933 


Fiscal Year 
1933-34 


Total to Oct. 31, 
1934 


No. 


Amount 


No. 


Amount 


No. 


Amount 


Niagara 


259 

85 
22 


$ 
53,395 
23,792 
6,103 


71 
6 
3 
1 


$ 

12,735 

1,235 

550 

335 


330 

91 

25 

1 

5 


$ 
66,130 


Georgian Bay 


25,027 


Eastern Ontario 


6,680 


Thunder Bay 


335 


Manitoulin R.P.D 


5 


1,060 


1,060 










Totals 


371 


84,377 


81 


14,855 


452 


99,232 







The average loan is $219.54, 



DETAILS OF RURAL LOANS GRANTED TO OCTOBER 31, 1934 



Items applied for (including 

installation) in loans which 

have been made 


Totals for 371 

applications granted 

to Oct. 31, 1933 


For 81 applications 
granted during year 
ended Oct. 31, 1934 


Totals for 452 

applications granted 

to Oct. 31, 1934 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Number 
affected 


Cost to 
consumers 


Service 


172 
171 
171 

38 
197 

16 
6 

25 


$ c. 

9,527.14 

17,216.90 

15,083.13 

3,995.26 

35,110.72 

1,612.53 

1,466.00 

2,827.00 


15 

15 

17 

3 

67 

2 


$ c. 
580.74 
1,120.00 
925.27 
122.70 
12,563.00 
490.00 


187 
186 
188 

41 
264 

18 
6 

26 


$ c. 
10,107.88 


House wiring 


18,336.90 


Building wiring 


16,008.40 


Motors 


4,117.96 


Grain grinders 


47,673.72 


Pumping systems 


2,102.53 


Milking machine 


1,466.00 


Washing machines 


1 


65.00 


2,892.00 






Totals 




86,838.68 




15,866.71 




102,705.39 













Respecting the 452 applications which have been granted the following 
table shows the number of loans approved and their terms: 



One year term 5 loans 

Two " " 5 " 

Three " " 31 " 

Four " " 12 " 

Five " " 272 " 



Six year term 7 loans 

Seven " " 73 " 

Eight " " 9 " 

Nine " " " 

Ten " " 38 " 



Up to October 31, 1934, 49 loans had been repaid in full, either through 
the fact that the loans matured or because of the improved financial position 
of the borrower. 

The application of the Rural Power District Loans Act was extended 
during the year to include approved electric milk coolers and electrically 
operated cream separators. 

During the last month of the fiscal year there was a marked increase in 
the number of applications for loans. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



71 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Exterior view of a low-set greenhouse. Such greenhouses have low heat losses and are specially 
adapted to electric soil heating of the benches 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Interior of low-set greenhouse showing installation of electric soil heating, cables and controls on 
the benches. This type of greenhouse perhaps in simpler form, built at low cost but tight, can 
advantageously be used by many market gardeners and rural residents. The automatic control 

of temperature is a great asset 



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No. 26 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Electric hot-beds produce superior growth both above and below ground. Illustrations show 

ageratum plants on completion of growth in hot-beds. Nos. 1 arid 2 were grown in a manure heated 

bed; Nos. 3 and 4 in a bed with electric soil heat automatically controlled 



The extent and effect of the Province's financial assistance with respect 
to the distribution of power in rural districts should be clearly understood. 
The Government grant-in-aid relates solely to the initial capital investment 
for distribution facilities in rural power districts. Having made its grant-in-aid, 
the Government further participates in the operation of each district in that 
it guarantees a maximum service charge, otherwise its participation in the 
operation of the property ceases. Each rural power district not only pays the 
cost of operation, maintenance and administration of its lines, but also sets 
up reserves for renewals, obsolescence and contingencies on the whole of the 
equipment and lines, as well as for sinking fund on the investment made by 
the Commission on behalf of the townships served. 



The aggregate rural load distributed in October of this year shows a 
satisfactory increase on all systems. The October load in 1934 was about 
5 per cent, greater than the October load of the previous year. 



The accompanying diagrams and tables illustrate the growth in rural 
electrical service in Ontario during the last fourteen years. There are indica- 
tions that a substantial further growth may shortly take place. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



73 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Harvesting eggplants at Burlington which were propagated by electric soil heat. The grower was 

greatly pleased with the results 



Construction 

During the past year construction in the rural power districts was less 
than a few years ago. In part, this is due to the fact that in most rural power 
districts the main power lines are already constructed so that extensions now 
being made require shorter lengths of new primary line on the highways. 

The total mileage of rural lines constructed to the end of 1934, to serve 
rural consumers, amounted to approximately 9,500 miles. The capital expendi- 
ture approved for rural construction during the past year was $590,292.78, 
and the aggregate peak load in October, 1934 reached 33,949 horsepower. 
For the coming year arrangements have been made to construct about 470 
miles of additional rural lines. 

The tabulation on page 74 shows the extensions approved during the 
year, the number of consumers, the amounts of power supplied, the capital 
expenditures and the amount of Provincial ' 'grant-in-aid" of rural lines 
approved by the Government. 



Rates for Rural Electrical Service 



Rates to rural consumers are based upon service "at cost" — account 
being taken of the Provincial "grant-in-aid" for rural work and the operation 
of the provision for a maximum service charge — and as in urban centres the 



74 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



MILES OF LINE 
15,000 



MILES OF LINE 



15,000 



10,000 



5,000 



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ALL SYSTEMS 


HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 






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RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION DURING 

THE YEAR 1934 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Power 
supplied 

in 

October, 

1934 


Capital approved for 
extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 


115.26 

28.77 

35.71 

2.84 


636 

279 

245 

12 

2 

42 


521 

103 

136 

14 


1,157 

382 

381 

26 

2 

47 


h.p. 

25,726 

2,490 

5,421 

121 

88 

103 


$ c. 

396,542.26 

85,954.00 

95,810.52 

8,071.00 

690.00 

3,225.00 


$ c. 
198,271.13 


Georgian Bay 


42,977.00 


Eastern Ontario 


47,905.26 


Thunder Bay 


4,035.50 


Manitoulin R.P.D 


345.00 


Northern Ontario 
properties: 
Nipissing district... 


0.52 


5 


1,612.50 


Total 


183.10 


1,216 


779 


1,995 


33,949 


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SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 

As Approved by the Commission from June 1, 1921 to Oct. 31, 1934 

Constructed or Under Construction 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Capital approved for extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 


6,766.75 
891.25 

1,670.54 
80.96 
37.25 

14.62 


23,041 

4,323 

7,014 

123 

145 

335 


22,656 

1,880 

4,105 

164 

20 

34 


45,697 

6,203 

11,119 

287 
165 

369 


$ c. 

14,925,424.89 

1,827,572.95 

3,708,055.31 

143,371.00 

63,613.00 

47,319.00 


$ c. 
7,439,432.44 


Georgian Bay 


872,658.99 


Eastern Ontario 


1,854,027.65 
71,685.50 


Thunder Bay 


Manitoulin R.P.D 

Northern Ontario 
properties: 
Nipissing district... 


31,806.50 
23,659.50 


Total 


9,461.37 


34,981 


28,859 


63,840 


20,715,356.15 


10,293,270.58 





76 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

rates are made up of two parts, a service charge and a consumption charge. 
In any given rural power district the service charge to a consumer depends 
primarily upon the individual connected load or demand which determines 
his class rating (see "Classification of Services") but this is modified in the 
earlier years of operation of a rural power district by the provision respecting 
maximum service charge; the consumption charge is based upon a first, second 
and third kilowatt-hour rate and is largely determined by the cost of power 
at the source of supply to the rural power district. 

For the purpose of determining the service charge, each mile of line is 
assumed to represent a minimum of 15 units and to each class of service is 
assigned a value in such units. The accompanying table gives this information 
and shows the annual and monthly service charges applicable to each class of 
service. More than 90 per cent of the contracts entered into for farm service 
are either Class 2B or Class III. These, therefore, are the representative classes 
for individual farm service. 

Rather more than half the consumers in rural power districts are grouped 
in hamlets or small villages closely identified with rural activities, and these 
consumers are usually in Class IB or Class 1C. It is pointed out that rural 
power districts do not include suburban districts or larger villages. These have 
their own electrical utilities. 

Usually new rural power districts begin at standard rural rates and these 
constitute the maximum rates submitted to the proposed consumers. As the 
average number of consumers per mile of line increases, the service charges 
may be, and in practice have been, reduced; and with increased consumption 
the rates per kilowatt-hour are also lowered. Thus, in older-established rural 
power districts the total cost of service is much below the initial standard rates. 



Contracts with Consumers 

Power agreements hitherto made between rural customers and townships 
have been for a period of twenty years. When rural power service was inaugur- 
ated on a principle of service at cost, this period was considered advisable 
for all rural contracts in order to protect the interests of the rural consumers 
themselves, as partners embarking in an undertaking involving collective 
responsibility for a substantial capital investment, to be liquidated over a 
period of years. The contract provision thus constituted, as between consumers, 
a mutual guarantee with respect to service charges. Without such assurance 
extensions in the early years would have been greatly hampered. 

As the number of consumers on the rural lines constructed increased and 
rural consumers, generally, throughout the Province became better informed 
as to the possible uses of electric power on the farm, rural electrical service 
became well established. 

The Commission has, for some time, been considering the reduction of 
the "term" of the rural contracts, and, during the year approved a recom- 
mendation to the municipalities that all existing and future rural contracts 
be for a period of 5 years from the date on which the customer commenced 
to take and use electrical energy, instead of 20 years as hitherto. After the 
5-year period has expired the contracts will continue in force on a year-to-year 
basis, unless cancelled by one year's notice, in writing, by either party. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



77 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Electric soil heat enables certain crops to be grown which cannot easily be produced commer- 
cially by other methods. Illustration shows a field of sweet potatoes grown in 1934 at Burlington, 
sprouts for which were produced by electric soil heat. The harvest greatly exceeded the grower's 

expectations 



It is provided, however, that this change in contract term shall not take 
effect unless and until the Councils of all of the various townships forming 
part of each rural power district pass by-laws approving of such amendment 
in existing and future rural power contracts. 

A consumer, who has a loan under The Rural Power District Loans Act, 
shall not be entitled to avail himself of cancellation of his rural contract with 
the township until after all obligations under the said loan have been dis- 
charged. 

This proposed change in term of contract does not apply to "guarantee" 
contracts. 

Towards the end of the year about 90 per cent of these townships passed 
the necessary by-law and five-year agreements are available in most rural 
power districts. It is expected that many of the remaining townships will pass 
the by-law, so that the new agreements will be available in practically all the 
Province. 

At the end of this section a tabulation of the rural power districts shows the 
miles of line, the number of consumers and the rate schedules for each district 
of the several systems. 



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84 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been 
executed, users of power in townships are supplied with electric service under 
general classes, according to the requirements and conditions of the individual 
consumer, as follows: 



Class 




Class 
demand 
kilowatts 



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1 


110 


1 


220/110 


1 


110 


1 


220/110 


1 


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220/110 


1 


220/110 


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1 


220/110 


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Fuse rating 

amperes 
(maximum) 



IB 

1C 

2A 

2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

7A 

7B 



Hamlet Lighting 

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House Lighting 

Small Farm Service 

Light Farm Service 

Medium Farm Service 

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Heavy Farm Service... 
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Special Farm Service... 



1.32 
2 
32 



15 

35 

20 

35 

35 

50 

35 
100 

60 
According to load 
According to load 



Class 1: Hamlet Service — Includes service to consumers (other than farm and power 
users) in hamlets, where four or more consumers are served from one transformer. Service is 
given under two sub-classes as follows: 

Class 1-B: Service to residences or stor.es, including use of portable appliances, and 
permanently installed appliances not exceeding 1,320 watts. 

Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or ordinary permanently 
installed appliances greater than 1,320 watts. Where a combination of residence 
and store can be supplied from one service, the combination is billed as a single 
Class 1-C consumer. Special or unusual loads will be treated specially. 

Class 2- A: House Lighting — Includes service to all consumers other than farm and 
power users that cannot be grouped as in Class 1. 

Class 2B: Farm Service, Small — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors not exceeding 2 horse- 
power and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously, on a farm of fifty acres 
or less. 

Class 3: Farm Service, Light — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings* 
power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single- phase motors not 
exceeding 3 horsepower and electric range if motors and range are not used simul- 
taneously. 

Class 4 : Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm build- 
ings, power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors up to 5- 
horsepower demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 5 : Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for 3-phase motors up to 5-horsepower 
demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 6 : Farm Service, Heavy — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment and power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an 
electric range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase 
service will be given at the discretion of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Class 7 : Farm Service Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



Note: Class 2B is the service usually supplied to farms of fifty acres or less and Class 3 is 
the service usually supplied to larger farms. More than 90 per cent of new contracts for farm 
service are in one or other of these classes. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 85 



SECTION IV 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



Mining and industrial activity in north western Ontario made it necessary 
for the Hydraulic department to undertake development work and to make 
improvements and extensions to plants at a number of points. A new power 
development was commenced at Rat rapids at the outlet of lake St. Joseph, the 
power from which is required in a mining district about twenty-five miles 
north of the lake. 

Coincident with the development of power, several transportation routes 
were improved, at the request of the Department of Lands and Forests. The 
Root river navigation system, completed in October, 1934, enables freight to 
be shipped more economically than formerly from Hudson, on the Canadian 
National railway, to points on lake St. Joseph. The work involved the con- 
struction of three dams, three marine railways for the transport of loaded 
scows past the dams, channel straightening on the Root river, a standard 
gauge railway 3.6 miles long, and docks with freight-handling equipment at 
the termini of the railway. 

Due to increased loads and water supply conditions, consideration has 
been given to the installation of an additional unit at the Ear Falls development. 

The original wood-stave conduit at the Eugenia development, installed 
in 1914-15, was replaced during 1934. The replacement of the pipe was preceded 
by the construction of a test section, in which various types of end joints for 
wood staves were incorporated and tested. Repairs to concrete structures were 
made at the Cameron Falls development on the Nipigon river. 

Engineering assistance was given to the Public Utilities Commission of the 
town of Almonte in connection with the addition of a generating unit in one of 
the town's power plants, and to the village of Cobden in the investigation of 
the failure of a portion of the dam at the local power plant. 

Field investigations in connection with the proposed conservation dam on 
the Grand river at Waldemar were continued, and a report prepared dealing 
with estimates of cost. Engineering assistance was given to the Government 
with respect to allocating the cost among interested municipalities. 



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TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Queenston-Chippawa Development 

In April an inspection was made of the Queenston-Chippawa power canal, 
to observe, in so far as that is possible with the canal in service, the condition 
of the concrete lining and to ascertain the effect of weathering of the rock. 
It does not appear that any extensive repairs to the concrete or protection of 
the rock faces are presently necessary. 

Chats Falls Development 

Plant capacity tests were made at Chats falls in November, January and 
April when the plant's energy output was curtailed due to low flow in the 
Ottawa river, and again during the flood period in May when, due to reduced 
head, the peak capacity of the plant was decreased. 




EUGENIA FALLS DEVELOPMENT 
Test section of wood-stave conduit 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Eugenia Falls Development 

Reference was made in the last Annual Report to the necessity of replacing 
wood-stave conduit No. 1 at the Eugenia development. This conduit is 3,350 
feet in length, has an internal diameter of 46 inches, and was built in 1914-15. 
A section, 111 feet long, adjoining the head works, has a protective envelope 
of concrete, and is in good condition. The remainder was replaced. 

Reconstruction of the conduit commenced early in August, and was 
completed on October 27, 1934. The new pipe line is the same length and 
diameter as the former one. The staves and mud sills were creosoted, and at two 
places, to support the conduit, earth embankments were substituted for 
trestles. Gravel ballast was used on the embankment. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



87 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Cameron Falls Development 

Repairs to concrete structures at the Cameron Falls development on the 
Nipigon river, discontinued with the onset of cold weather in November, 1933, 
were recommenced in July, 1934, and are expected to be completed before 
winter. 




WANAPITEI LAKE STORAGE— SUDBURY DISTRICT 
Looking upstream from end of main dam; old dam in centre of view 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Sudbury District 

At the outlet of Wanapitei lake a survey was made to determine what 
means should be adopted to ensure maintenance of water supply to the power 
plant on the river at the low lake levels which might be experienced before the 
spring break-up. 

At the McVittie and Coniston plants, surveys were made with a view 
to the reconstruction of the dams. Engineering assistance was given to the 
Operating department in connection with repairs to the timber crib dam at 
the Coniston plant. Leakage through the dam was eliminated by sheeting the 
upstream apron, the floors of sluiceways, and the sides and upstream faces 
of cribs. 

Abitibi District 
Abitibi Canyon Development 

Progress was made during the year in salvaging material and clearing 
up the site at the Abitibi Canyon development. Improvements were also made 
at the operators' colony. The settlement of outstanding claims in connection 
with the construction of the plant has received considerable attention. 

Patricia District 
Ear Falls Development 

Increased load on the Ear Falls plant, combined with low head due to high- 
water conditions on the English river during the past year, taxed the capacity 
of the development. The plant contains a single unit, rated at 5,000 horsepower 
under a head of 36 feet, which has been in continuous operation since February, 
1930. The operating record has thus been satisfactory. To guarantee continuous 



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TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 




RAT RAPIDS DEVELOPMENT— ALBANY RIVER 

A development to supply power to a mining district in Northern Ontario, Main dam site at outlet 
of lake St. Joseph, looking north-east 

operation, as well as to meet the increased- load demands, preliminary steps 
have been taken for the installation of a second unit. 

Flow conditions on the English river required close attention during June, 
July and August. The river discharge was the highest on record dating from 
1914. 



Rat Rapids Development 

Inception of mining development in the district to the north of lake St. 
Joseph has created a demand for power, which will be supplied from a small 
development at Rat rapids at the outlet of lake St. Joseph. 

The last Annual Report referred to preliminary surveys at three power 
sites on the Albany river, about twenty-five miles south of the properties to 
be served. Further investigation resulted in the selection of the site at the 
outlet of lake St. Joseph. 

The development comprises a main dam at the Rat Rapids outlet of lake 
St. Joseph, a diversion dam at the Cedar Rapids outlet, and a short section of 
secondary dam about 200 feet south of the main dam, in which the power- 
house intake is incorporated. 

The dams are rock-filled timber crib structures with sluiceways to provide 
ample discharging capacity. 

The power house contains a single, horizontal unit, comprising a four- 
runner turbine rated at 1,200 horsepower under a 14.5 foot head, 164 r.p.m., 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



89 




RAT RAPIDS DEVELOPMENT— ALBANY RIVER 
A Source of power for Northern Ontario — Wing dam and power house intake 



directly connected to a horizontal generator. The turbine flume and power- 
house substructure are of concrete, the superstructure being built of timber 
cut locally. 

At the end of the year, the dams were approaching completion, consider- 
able progress had been made on excavation for power house and tailrace, and 
a start had been made on placing concrete in the turbine chamber. 



Root River Transportation System 

The navigation and improvement works on the Root river were devised, 
at the instance of the Government and mining companies, to provide trans- 
portation facilities for machinery and supplies required in mining development 
to the north of lake St. Joseph. Transportation of freight into the district has 
been by aeroplane and tractor in winter, and by aeroplane in summer. The 
improved route reduces greatly the labour and expense of transporting goods. 

The works overcome a difference in elevation of approximately 65 feet 
between lac Seul and lake St. Joseph. Dams and marine railways were con- 
structed on the Root river, and a standard gauge railway, 3.6 miles in length 
across the height of land, completes the scheme. Freight is transported along 
the Root river by scows, which are drawn up the three marine railways over- 
coming differences in elevation of 6, 10, and 14 feet respectively, to the southern 
terminus of the standard gauge railway, where it is transferred to two standard 
flat cars hauled by a 13-ton gasoline locomotive and conveyed along the 
railway to the northern terminus on lake St. Joseph. Here it is again transferred 
to scows for final distribution. 



90 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 




ON A TRANSPORTATION ROUTE IN NORTHERN ONTARIO 
Crest of Nattaway Fall — -Root River 




IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION FOR NORTHERN ONTARIO 
Marine railway at Lynx Fail, Root river, Overcoming difference in elevation often feet 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



91 




IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION FOR NORTHERN ONTARIO 
Root river route — Winding engine, portage car and scow 




IMPROVED TRANSPORTATION FOR NORTHERN ONTARIO 
Standard gauge railway connecting lac Seul and lake St. Joseph, Root river route 



92 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Construction commenced on August 8, at Nattaway portage, and ceased 
on October 20. The system was in use from that time until the close of naviga- 
tion. A small amount of work remains to be done, the major part of which is 
the completion of grading, ditching and ballasting the railway. 

At the request of the Department of Lands and Forests, a survey was made 
at Pelican falls, about five miles west of Sioux Lookout, to investigate the 
possibility of improving navigation at this point. 



HYDRAULIC INVESTIGATIONS 

Reference was made in the last Report to the assistance given to the 
Utilities Commission of the town of Almonte in connection with the installation 
of an additional generating unit in that town's hydro-electric station. The in- 
stallation was completed early this year, and the generator and turbine sub- 
jected to the usual acceptance tests, which were carried out by the Commission's 
staff. 

The reconstruction of a portion of the Temiskaming dam was of interest 
to the Commission on account of its effect on the flow of the Ottawa river. 
The dam is situated at the foot of lake Temiskaming. During the exceptionally 
high flood flows in the spring of 1928, due to a poor foundation, a number of 
piers in the Quebec section of the dam failed. 

Before reconstruction commenced, the Dominion Government called a 
meeting of all interested parties. The Commission thus had an opportunity 
of studying the situation and offering suggestions on design and construction. 

At the request of the municipality of Cobden, an inspection was made of 
the dam and power house belonging to the village, after the failure of a portion 
of the dam in the spring of 1934. Recommendations with regard to rehabilita- 
tion of the development were offered. 

Routine work included the collection of data referring to river stages and 
flow in various parts of the Province, much of this being in co-operation with 
the Dominion Water Power and Hydrometric Bureau. Inspection of Niagara 
river diversion records was also made. 

A survey was made of the power site at Workman falls on the Gull river 
near Minden, and preliminary estimates of the cost of a development were 
prepared. 

Field investigations in connection with the proposed conservation dam 
at Waldemar were continued during the year, foundation conditions being 
investigated by means of test pits. A report was submitted to the Minister 
of Lands and Forests in February. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 93 



SECTION V 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

(STATION SECTION) 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Generating and Switching Stations 

Generating Stations on the Niagara River — At Queenston generating 
station equipment is bein^ installed on a number of the units to improve the 
control of the frequency and load. A sound-proof room is being added in the 
station where welding and grinding required in the repair of turbine runners 
will be done. 

In the Ontario Power plant an improved telephone and signal system was 
installed. The north end of the generating station, which was unoccupied, was 
partitioned off for a machine shop. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Niagara District — At the Provincial Paper Limited plant at Thorold, 
and at the Interlake Tissue Mills Company plant' at Merritton, the electric 
steam generating stations referred to in last years Report were placed in service 
in January, 1934. 

The Beatty- Welland distributing station, which was destroyed by fire in 
August, 1933, was rebuilt on the old site and placed in service in February, 
1934. A bank of three 250-kv-a. transformers was obtained from system reserve. 

At Smithville distributing station, improvements were made in the 
metering equipment. 

At Welland transformer station and at Thorold transformer station 
metering equipment for totalizing the 12,000-volt load was installed. New 
metering equipment was installed in the feeder at Ohio Brass Company's plant 
in Stamford township and in the feeder at Maple Leaf Milling Company's 
plant at Port Colborne. 

To supply power to the northern portion of Jordan rural power district, a 
new pole-type station of 450-kv-a. capacity, known as Louth distributing sta- 
tion, was erected and placed in service in July. Three new 150-kv-a. trans- 
formers held in system reserve were used for the installation. 

Hamilton and Dundas District — At Dundas transformer station the 
relays controlling the 110,000-volt line circuit-breakers were replaced with 
high-speed, distance, directional, phase and ground relays. 



94 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Toronto and York District — At Toronto-Strachan transformer station 
the installation of the improved relaying equipment reported last year, was 
completed. 

At Toronto-Bridgman-Davenport transformer station a standby station- 
service bank of transformers was installed, using two 75-kv-a. transformers 
obtained from system reserve. 

At Toronto-Wiltshire transformer station, differential relaying equipment 
was installed for control of the 110,000-volt bus, and improvements were made 
in relaying equipment for the 13,200-volt feeders. 

At Toronto-Leaside transformer station, potential-indicating and syn- 
chronizing devices were installed on all three 220,000-volt circuits. This 
equipment was tested during the year and placed in permanent operation in 
October. 

Ringwood distributing station was built and placed in service in January 
to supply power to Stouffville and a portion of Markham rural power district. 
A 300-kv-a. transformer was obtained from system reserve and used for this 
installation. 

At Mount Joy, Kleinburg and Woodbridge distributing stations, graphic 
wattmeters were installed, and at Milton improvements were made in the 
metering equipment. 

London District — At London transformer station, equipment for another 
13,200-volt feeder was installed, also additional relays for control of the 
110,000-volt lines to Woodstock transformer station. 

Kitchener District — At Kitchener transformer station, additional relays 
were installed for control of two 110,000-volt lines to Preston transformer 
station. 

St. Thomas District — At St. Thomas transformer station, additional 
ground relays were installed for control of the 110,000-volt lines to Niagara 
and Queenston transformer stations. 

Brant District — At St. Williams distributing station and at Port Rowan, 
improvements were made in the controlling and metering equipment. 

At the request of Paris Hydro-Electric and Water Commission engineering 
assistance was given and equipment was purchased and installed for an addi- 
tional 2,300-volt feeder, and for grounding devices in the street-lighting feeders 
in Paris municipal station. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Severn District — At Midhurst distributing station, improvements were 
made in the protective equipment, and at Coldwater distributing station a 
graphic wattmeter and a graphic reactive meter were installed and improve- 
ments were made in the other metering equipment. 

Eugenia District — At Eugenia generating station the old storage-battery 
was replaced by a new 60-cell battery, and improvements were made in the 
grounding of the station and in the metering equipment. 

At Owen Sound city limits a single-phase metering equipment was installed 
to measure the power supplied to Owen Sound rural power district. 

Muskoka District — At Hanna Chute generating station the gear-driven 
oil-pump on the generator was replaced by a motor-driven pump. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 95 

At Falkenburg distributing station, improved protecting equipment was 
installed. 

Bala District — At McTier distributing station a new structure was built 
and both the high and low-voltage equipment transferred to it from the old 
structure. The low-voltage distribution was changed from 2,300 to 4,000 volts 
and the station grounding was improved. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

110,000-volt Transformer Stations— At Howard Smith Paper Mills 
Company at Cornwall the Commission erected a 20,000-kv-a. transformer 
station, also an electric steam-generator to supply the Company, under con- 
tract, with secondary electric power for the generation of process steam. A 
20,000-kv-a., 60-cycle, three-phase, 105,000/6,600-volt, water-cooled trans- 
former, and a 20,000-kw., 6, 600- volt electric steam-generator were purchased 
and placed in service in August. 

At Ottawa transformer station, additional telephone equipment was 
installed to provide proper operating facilities for the new 110,000-volt trans- 
mission line from Ottawa to Cornwall. 

Central Ontario District— Marmora distributing station was rebuilt at a 
new location to allow widening of No. 7 highway. 

At Sidney transformer station a chain-link fence was built around the 
6, 600- volt lightning-arresters. 

At Oshawa distributing station No. 1 a sectionalizing disconnecting- 
switch was installed in the 44,000-volt bus. 

At Hydro-Electric Power Commission pulp mill (Campbellf ord ) the 
600- volt switching equipment in the mill was overhauled. Drop-out-type fuses 
were installed for automatic protection on the 44,000-volt line entering the 
distributing station. 

At Belleville switching station, directional relays were installed. 

St. Lawrence District — At Cornwall transformer station, changes were 
made to receive power at 110,000 volts from Gatineau Power Company over 
a new line from Ottawa transformer station, and to supply Howard Smith 
Cornwall (Steam) transformer station at the same voltage. A battery and 
motor-generator charging-set were installed, and the oil circuit-breakers were 
equipped for electrical operation. Changes were made in the relaying equipment 
for the control of the high-voltage lines, and additional telephone equipment 
was installed to aid in operation. An automatic oil circuit-breaker was installed 
in the Maxville feeder. 

At Brockville distributing station, switching equipment for a second 
44,000-volt line is being installed. 

At Prescott distributing station improvements were made in the relaying 
equipment, and a 24- volt battery and charger were installed. 

Rideau District — Perth rural station was erected on the site where 
Perth rural metering equipment was located, and a 75-kv-a., 2,300/4,600-volt, 
single-phase transformer was purchased and placed in operation in July to 
supply power to the district at 4,600 volts instead of 2,300 volts as was done 
previously. 



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A new station known as McDonald's Corners distributing station was 
erected to supply single-phase power to the hamlet and nearby area. A 25-kv-a., 
26,400/240-120-volt transformer was purchased for the installation. 

Madawaska District — On the premises of the Phoenix Molybdenite 
Corporation a 550-volt metering equipment was installed to measure the power 
supplied to the customer. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Generating Stations — At Cameron Falls generating station a Micromax 
recorder was installed to record the total load of the Thunder Bay system. 

Transformer Stations— At Port Arthur transformer station improve- 
ments were made in the relaying system to control the 110,000- volt lines. 

At Nipigon Corporation mill a graphic wattmeter was installed. 

The Provincial Paper (steam ) transformer station referred to last year was 
completed and placed in service in November. 

At the request of Little Long Lac Gold Mines Limited, the Commission 
assisted in the design and installation of a 1,500-kv-a. step-down station to 
distribute the power supplied to the mining company from Cameron Falls 
transformer station. A bank of three 500-kv-a., 60-cycle, 44,000/2,400- volt 
transformers, and a bank of three 150-kv-a., 2,300/550-volt transformers were 
purchased for the installation and the station was placed in service in Septem- 
ber. The Commission's metering equipment to measure the Company's load 
was installed in the Company's station. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Nipissing District — At North Bay distributing station No. 1 the capacity 
was increased by the installation of a 750-kv-a., three-phase transformer 
obtained from Georgian Bay system reserve. The indoor lightning-arresters 
were replaced by outdoor-type, the switching equipment was re-arranged, 
alterations were made to the station lighting, a 24-volt battery and trickle- 
charger were installed and instrument-transformers for totalizing the load 
added. 

At Callander (Canadian Timber Company) distributing station three 
10-kv-a. transformers were connected into the circuit to reduce the customer's 
voltage to 550-volts. 

Sudbury District — At Stinson generating station, metering equipment 
was installed on the 22, 000- volt feeder supplying power to Falconbridge 
Nickel Company. 

Abitibi District — At Abitibi Canyon development two 48,500-kv-a. 
generating units are in service. During the year partial equipment was 
installed in the station for a third 110,000-volt transmission circuit. A 1,500- 
kv-a., 13,200/575-volt, three-phase, indoor-type transformer was transferred 
from Niagara system reserve and installed in the generating station to supply 
575-volt power for the operation of the sluice-gates and the heating and 
lighting of the building. A similar 1,500-kv-a. transformer transferred from 
Niagara system was converted to outdoor type and installed outdoors in the 
operators' colony, where it supplies 575-volt power for heating and lighting the 
houses in the vicinity of the development. 



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KIRKLAND LAKE TRANSFORMER STATION— NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Supplying power to the Canada Northern Power Corporation for use in the gold mining district of 

Kirkland Lake. Three 9,500-kv-a. transformers, 121,000/13,200 volts 



At Kirkland Lake the Commission erected a transformer station to supply, 
under contract, power to Canada Northern Power Corporation. Arrangements 
were made for a temporary connection direct to the high-voltage bus at the 
customer's Kirkland Lake station, and power was delivered in February, 1934. 
Construction of the permanent station to supply power to the Corporation 
and other customers was commenced in February. and the station was placed 
in service on July 26, 1934. Power is received at a nominal voltage of 110,000 
volts from Abitibi Canyon development, 153-miles distant. The present 
installation provides for one incoming 110,000-volt circuit from the develop- 
ment, an outgoing 110,000-volt circuit to Matachewan transformer station 
and three low-voltage feeders. The equipment consists of one bank of three 
9,500-kv-a., single-phase, water-cooled transformers, and one 15,000-kv-a. 
(circuit-capacity), 13,200- volt, under-load voltage-regulating equipment. The 
transformers were manufactured for Ontario Power Service Corporation, and 
are used at this station to step the voltage down to a nominal bus voltage of 
13,200. The regulating equipment will reduce the bus voltage a maximum of 
15 per cent in eight equal steps to meet the voltage requirements of customers. 

Canada Northern Power Corporation and Bidgood-Kirkland Gold Mines 
Limited are supplied from the regulated-voltage bus through separate oil 
circuit-breakers. A feeder is provided from the unregulated bus whereby in 
case of emergency 13,200 volt power may be supplied through fuses over the 
110,000-volt circuit to Matachewan transformer station. No 110,000-volt, oil 
circuit-breakers have been installed. Air-break disconnecting-s witches are 
provided between the incoming line and the line to Matachewan, also between 
the incoming line and the transformer bank. In case of an electrical failure in 
the station, a single-phase switch automatically grounds one phase of the 
high -voltage bus and causes the line circuit-breaker at Canyon to open. The 



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MATACHEWAN TRANSFORMER STATION— NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
Supplying power to gold mining companies in the Matachewan area 
Three 1,500-kv-a. transformers, 121,000/27, 720-13,860 volts 

transformer air-break disconnecting-switch then opens to isolate the fault and 
at the same time clears the automatically grounded phase. While the station 
is outdoor-type, a one-storey building was erected to house the water-pumps 
and oil-filters. A pond with sprays is provided to cool the water circulating in 
the transformers and a connection is made to the township water-main. The 
meters, relays, and remote-control equipment are located in Canada Northern 
Power Corporation's station. 

Metering equipment was installed in Bidgood-Kirkland Gold Mines 
Limited station to measure the power supplied this customer on the 12,000- 
volt bus. 

Matachewan transformer station was erected in Powell township to 
distribute power to customers in the Matachewan area. A bank of three 1,500- 
kv-a., 121,000 /27,720-13,860-volt transformers was purchased for the installa- 
tion and is connected to the transmission line from Kirkland Lake transformer 
station through an air-break disconnecting-switch. One 26,400- volt feeder 
supplies power through an oil circuit-breaker to Young-Davidson mine of 
Hollinger Consolidated Gold Mines Limited. Matachewan Consolidated Gold 
Mines Limited is supplied with power over a 26,400-volt line tapped from the 
same feeder. Metering equipment was installed in each customer's station on the 
550- volt side of the transformers to measure the power supplied for the respec- 
tive loads. An emergency connection is provided whereby 13,200-volt power 
may be supplied from Kirkland Lake transformer station over the 110,000-volt 
line. The station was placed in service in April, the transformers having been 
hauled during the winter 26 miles from the railway terminal at Elk Lake to 



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WINTER TRANSPORTATION IN NORTHERN ONTARIO 

A tractor pulling 1,500-kv-a. transformer to Matachewan Transformer Station ascending Moyneur's 

Hill, March, 1934. (See also Frontispiece/ 

the site. They were transported on special skids, and in order to cross bridges 
along the route, it was necessary to reduce the weight of the transformers by 
replacing the oil in the tanks with nitrogen gas. (see frontispiece) 

At Smooth Rock Falls a transformer station with electric steam-generators 
was erected at the plant of the Abitibi Power and Paper Company to supply the 
Company, under contract, with secondary electric power to generate steam. 
Two 25,000-kw. electric steam-generators were purchased for the installation 
and a bank of three 13,000-kv-a., 121,000/6, 600-volt, water-cooled trans- 
formers, which were built for Ontario Power Service Corporation, was used to 
supply the necessary 6,600-volt power. The station was completed and placed 
in service on August 1, 1934. 

At Hunta switching station, where steel structures had already been 
provided by Ontario Power Service Corporation, thirteen 110,000- volt dis- 



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TRANSFORMER STATION AT SMOOTH ROCK FALLS— NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Supplying power for generating process steam utilized in the manufacture of pulp and paper. 

Three 13,000-kv-a. transformers, 121,000/6,600 volts 

connecting-switches were installed in order to -provide switching facilities 
between the four circuits from Abitibi Canyon development, and the two 
circuits to Copper Cliff and two circuits to Iroquois Falls, Kirkland Lake and 
Matachewan transformer stations. Eight of the disconnecting-switches were 
purchased by Ontario Power Service Corporation while the remainder were 
purchased by the Commission direct from the manufacturer. A chain-link fence 
was built around the structure. 

Patricia District — At Ear Falls generating station an automatic voltage- 
regulator and pilot exciter were purchased and installed. 

St. Joseph District — For Rat Rapids development on the Albany river, 
a design for the superstructure and electrical equipment was made and the 
equipment secured for the installation. The generator was obtained from 
Calabogie development where it was in storage, and three 333-kv-a. trans- 
formers were purchased for step-up to 22,000-volts to supply the transmission 
line to Central Patricia Gold Mines Limited and Pickle Crow Gold Mines 
Limited. The equipment is now being transported to the site. 

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 

Drawings and specifications for an eighteen-storey Administration build- 
ing, incorporating structural-steel frame, also an alternative design for a 
reinforced-concrete frame were issued and request for tenders advertised on 
February 1, 1934. 

Tenders were received on March 7, and a contract with Anglin-Norcross 
Ontario Limited was executed on April 30, 1934, incorporating the reinforced- 
concrete frame. This contract was subsequently amended to cover only a six- 
storey building and penthouse with provision for future extension of the 
building as originally planned. At the end of the fiscal year the excavation was 
complete, the foundations were installed and the structural work was pro- 
ceeding. 



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SECTION VI 



TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL SYSTEMS 

TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

The volume of transmission work materially increased over 1933, important 
additions being made in serving new steam and mining loads. 

An important extension to high-voltage lines in the Eastern Ontario 
system was made by the construction of a line between Ottawa and Cornwall 
to meet industrial demands at Cornwall. These loads will be supplied from 
the Gatineau, 60-cycle contract. 

The greatest activity in line construction was in connection with the 
Northern Ontario Properties. During the winter of 1933-34, in addition to some 
lower voltage lines, 96.34 miles of 132,000-volt lines were constructed. The 
surveys and the major part of the construction of these lines were carried on 
during severe weather conditions, heavy snowfall and temperature readings 
as low as 68 degrees below zero, being reported. Ontario Power Service Corpora- 
tion lines taken over in 1933 were completed and placed in service. 

Rehabilitations of lower voltage lines fifteen or more years old were 
continued. There were over seventy specific jobs of this type; the average 
expenditure per job being comparatively small. 

As a result of the foregoing extensions, the capital invested in transmission 
lines and equipment was increased during the year by approximately $900,000. 

The following synopsis shows, by systems, the work completed during 
the year. At the back of the Report a map is included showing all transmission 
lines and stations. Summary tables respecting transmission lines will be found 
in Appendix II. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

High-Voltage Lines 

Between Fonthill junction and Pelham junction, 2.52 miles of inactive 
190,000-circular-mil copper circuit were removed from the 90, 000- volt 
line to provide material for low- tension revision work in the vicinity of Thorold. 

Between junctions on the former Toronto Power 60,000-volt line and 
Port Colborne junction, a total distance of 19.17 miles, the existing 60,000-volt, 
steel-tower line was reinforced by the addition of tapered armour rods to 
the conductors, festoons to the ground cable and special type lock nuts to the 
towers. 



102 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

26,400-Volt Lines 

Rehabilitation was completed of the 4,000-volt line between Mount Joy 
and Ringwood distributing stations to include a 26,400-volt circuit, pole-top 
construction. 

Between London transformer station and Lucan distributing station, a 
distance of 21.37 miles, one 26,400-volt circuit was established by reinsulating 
and restringing one circuit on the 13,200-volt line between London and Brough- 
dale, and replacing the double-circuit construction between Broughdale and 
Lucan with a single 3/0 a.c.s-r. * circuit. 

At Ayr junction and Paris municipal station new swivel-type air-break 
switches were erected. The one at Paris municipal station replaced an old 
disconnecting switch. 

In the Stratford, Brant, Kent and St. Clair districts, reinforcements were 
made to 26,400-volt lines. 

Other Lines 

Between Lundys Lane and Holland road, near Niagara Falls, 2.60 miles 
of 12,000-volt line was diverted due to revision of the highway. 

On the single-circuit line between Whirlpool junction and Queenston 
quarries, 1.10 miles of No. 4 copper conductor was replaced by No. 2 a.c.s-r. 

Between a junction point on the Chippawa 12,000-volt line and the Norton 
Company, a distance of 600 feet, the old single-circuit line was rebuilt with 
two circuits of 190,000 circular-mill copper conductors. A switching structure 
at this junction became unnecessary and was removed. 

Between Ontario Power transformer station and Chippawa junction, 
2.43 miles, the circuits of an old 12,000-volt line were removed leaving the 
poles to carry H.E.P.C. telephone circuits and attachments of the Stamford 
rural power district. 

Relocation of 1,800 feet of 13,200-volt line was completed to clear con- 
struction operations at the filtration plant near Leaside transformer station. 

Between Aylmer junction and Port Stanley, 10.03 miles, the line capacity 
was increased by replacing the single-circuit of No. 2, a.c.s-r. with 1/0 a.c.s-r. 

Increased line capacity, made necessary by new steam loads in the Thorold 
district, was made available by rebuilding the existing 12,000-volt line between 
Thorold transformer station and a point near the Provincial Paper Co., and 
by extending a new single-circuit line from this point to the Interlake Tissue 
Company. The rebuilt portion, 1.11 miles, consists of one circuit of 477,000 
circular-mil a.c.s-r. and one circuit of 336,400 circular-mil a.c.s-r., the remainder 
0.48 of a mile, consists of a single-circuit of 336,400 circular-mil a.c.s-r. 

Line facilities to St. Catharines were improved by revisions made to two 
12,000-volt lines between Thorold transformer station and Merritton switching 
station. Portions of 115,000 circular-mil copper conductor were replaced by 
190,000 circular-mil copper on the single-circuit line, and the circuits of 173,000 
circular-mil aluminum conductor on the double-circuit line were paralleled 
giving, in effect, two single-circuit lines having the capacity of 190,000 circular- 
mil copper, fed directly from Thorold transformer station. The work also 

*a.c.s-r — Aluminum cable, steel-reinforced 



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TRANSMISSION LINES— NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Wood-pole, 132,000-volt transmission line near Bourkes on the line between 

Iroquois Falls and Kirkland Lake 



included the replacement of all defective cross arms and insulators, and the 
complete revision of the old switching station at Merritton. 

A portion of 12,000-volt line between Canada Steel junction and Empire 
Cotton Mills in the Welland district was removed from private property to 
city streets. 

Reinforcement of 13,200-volt lines was made in the Woodstock and Cooks- 
ville districts. 

Overhead transmission line crossings of railways and communication 
companies' works were reinforced to conform to regulations of the Board of 
Railway Commissioners of Canada in the Woodstock, St. Thomas, Brant, 
Dundas and York districts. This work involved the overhauling of crossings 
which were generally fifteen or more years old. 



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GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Severn District 

Improvement of service to power customers on the 22, 000- volt line be- 
tween Waubaushene switching station and Midland was attained by the 
revisions of circuits on two pole lines between Waubaushene switching station 
and Tiffin junction. One circuit of 2/0 aluminum conductor between Waubau- 
shene switching station and the Wye river was removed from the double- 
circuit line, the remaining circuit 9.64 miles was converted to pole-top con- 
struction. A further portion, 1.76 miles, was relocated and rebuilt to parallel 
the other single-circuit, wood-pole line, and the two lines extended through 
to the Aberdeen tap. This work included the rearrangement of switching to 
co-ordinate the new arrangement of lines, also diversions of the remaining 
portions in conformity with highway revisions. 

Eugenia District 

Railway and telephone crossings were revised and reinforced throughout 
this district in accordance with the Board of Railway Commissioners , specifica- 
tions. Some pole-butt treatment, replacement of defective insulators and 
additional guys were required. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

110,000-Volt Lines 

Between Ottawa junction and Cornwall transformer station, a distance 
of 54.14 miles, a single-circuit, 110,000-volt steel-tower line, including a tele- 
phone circuit, was constructed. The steel towers are of similar design to those 
of the Smiths Falls-Kingston line. Conductors are 4/0 a.c.s-r. in flat configura- 
tion with one 5/16-inch, galvanized, crucible-steel, ground cable. At the 
Ottawa end a circuit was added to the existing steel-tower portion of the 
110,000-volt line between Ottawa junction and Smiths Falls, an additional length 
of 0.68 of a mile. Particular attention was paid to obtaining a low ground 
resistance. Towers showing a resistance to ground in excess of 10 ohms were 
equipped with a ground network of copper conductors buried 18 inches. 

Between Cornwall transformer station and Howard Smith Cornwall 
(steam) transformer station, construction of 2.64 miles of 110,000-volt, 
twin-pole line was completed. This line has 3/0 a.c.s-r. conductors and one 
J4-inch galvanized-steel ground cable. 

These lines were installed to meet increased 60-cycle power requirements 
in the St. Lawrence district. 

Tapered armour rods were installed on 110,000-volt line conductors 
between Smiths Falls and Kingston, 49.63 miles. 

Central District 

Transpositions were rearranged on the 44,000-volt line between Norwood 
and Auburn switching stations, 17.89 miles, in order to co-ordinate this power 
line with paralleling lines of a telephone company. 

Equipment on the Deseronto junction structures was lowered and re- 
arranged and a new set of disconnecting switches installed. 



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TRANSMISSION LINES— NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
Hunta switching structure, showing incoming 132,000-volt lines 



Power line crossings of railway and telephone lines were reinforced in 
accordance with specifications of the Board of Railway Commissioners of 
Canada. 

St. Lawrence District 

Between Cornwall transformer station and Alexandria, 20.65 miles, 
dead-end clamps and defective insulators were replaced and tapered armour 
rods were installed on the No. 2 a.c.s-r. conductor. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The 110,000-volt line between Port Arthur transformer station and the 
Thunder Bay Paper Company was extended 1.6 miles to the Provincial Paper 
Company. The new line, which was built to supply a new steam load, is twin- 
pole construction and has 336,400 circular-mil a.c.s-r. conductors. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

132,000-Volt Lines 

Between Iroquois Falls junction and Kirkland Lake transformer station, 
57.30 miles, a wood-pole line was completed. In general, the design of this line 
is suspension-insulated, single-pole, wish-bone type and carries 3/0 a.c.s-r. 
for the northern 28.42 miles and 3/0 copper conductor for 28.14 miles of the 
southern half. Ground cable of 34" galvanized-steel and a telephone circuit 
are included. 

Between Kirkland Lake transformer station and Matachewan transformer 
station, 39.04 miles, a similar line was constructed, the conductors in this case 
being 2/0 copper cable. 

At the Kirkland Lake end, the above two lines are brought in on six 
double-circuit, steel-towers, carrying 203,200 circular-mil a.c.s-r. conductors, 



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a distance of 0.74 of a mile. These lines were built to meet demands for power 
by mining companies in the district. 

Between Hunta switching station and Smooth Rock transformer station, 
the double-circuit, steel-tower line, recently acquired by the Commission, was 
completed and placed in service by the erection of one double-circuit, steel- 
tower and two spans of 4/0 a.c.s-r. conductors and ground cable at the Smooth 
Rock end. 

Other Lines 

Between Matachewan transformer station and Matachewan Consolidated 
Gold Mines, 0.7 of a mile, a single-circuit, 26,400-volt, 2/0 copper conductor, 
wood-pole line was completed. A similar line, 0.16 of a mile, was built between 
Matachewan transformer station and the Young Davidson mill. 

Between Kirkland Lake transformer station and Bidgood-Kirkland Gold 
Mine, five miles of 12,000-volt, single-circuit, No. 4 copper conductor, wood- 
pole line was constructed. 

The 33,000-volt line between Island Falls generating station and Abitibi 
Canyon generating station, 29.82 miles long, which was used for construction 
purposes at the Canyon, was dismantled. 

TELEPHONE LINES— ALL SYSTEMS 

Between Grenadier pond and Strachan avenue substation, in Toronto, 
3.2 miles, a double-circuit, telephone line was relocated and restrung with 
new copper conductor on leased poles. 

Between Allanburg and Dundas, Woodstock and London, London and 
St. Thomas, sections of telephone pole lines were rebuilt to provide joint use 
with rural power circuits. A section of the Guelph to Preston telephone line was 
re-routed in the vicinity of Hespeler. 

Between Allanburg junction and DeCew Falls generating station, a 
distance of 4.75 miles, existing telephone lines and equipment were revised, 
and an additional copper circuit to improve interconnecting telephone facilities 
with the various Niagara system operating centres, was erected. 

The telephone circuit between Ottawa transformer station and the 
Gatineau Power Company transformer station at Val Tetreau was relocated 
and rebuilt over a shorter route for a distance of 3.1 miles. 

Additional telephone lines and equipment were installed at Ottawa, 
Cornwall and Howard Smith (steam ) transformer stations in order to provide 
facilities for additional telephone circuits between these points. 

To improve communication between Kingston and Ottawa, telephone line 
revisions were carried out between Smiths Falls and Ottawa, and additional 
equipment installed and line revisions made at Frontenac transformer station 
in Kingston. 

In the Abitibi district connection was established with the Northern 
Ontario Power Company by construction of a single-circuit telephone line 
between Schumacher and Timmins, a distance of 2.5 miles. 

Telephone equipment was installed at Hunta, Kirkland Lake and Mata- 
chewan. 



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DISTRIBUTION LINES AND SYSTEMS 

In Appendix III is shown in tabular form a summary of the work carried 
on during the year by the Distribution section of the Electrical Engineering 
department. 

In addition to locating and supervising the construction of rural lines in 
the various rural power districts, the following special work was carried out. 

Ground Terminals on Rural Lines, Insulator Ties, etc. 

The ground terminals on rural lines were improved in 165 rural power 
districts. In twenty-five districts, representing 1,265 ground terminals, no 
further improvement was required. 

Specifications for the necessary improvement were issued in 83 of the 
remaining 140 rural power districts, in which there are approximately 18,000 
ground terminals. In the above 165 rural power districts, more than 17,000 
grounds now meet the requirements for standard resistance of 25 ohms or less. 
The periodic tests on the resistance of ground terminals at the four test stations, 
installed near Toronto in July 1932, were resumed during the Winter. These 
four test stations were installed in different classes of soil, namely sand, gravel, 
clay, and shale rock. At each of these stations, twelve different terminals were 
installed, including driven rods and pipe and buried strip or mesh. Certain 
of the terminals were treated with various salts. 

Since the Winter was unusually severe and the early Summer was especially 
hot and dry, much valuable information was obtained regarding the effect of 
frost and of excessive drought on ground terminals. 

The results, covering the complete test period from July, 1932, to May, 
1934, on 114 test terminals have been tabulated and the information is now 
available and is expected to prove valuable in connection with grounding 
problems. 

Extensive tests were made on various types of ties for insulators, some 
500 ties in all being tried. As a result, the standards for tying conductors on 
rural lines have been revised to a more efficient basis. Tests were also made to 
ascertain the best method of dead-ending conductors. 

Assistance was given the laboratory in determining the weatherproofness 
of various types of lightning arresters. While certain of the older types showed 
a weakness in this regard, similar to that experienced in the field, the tests 
indicated that newer developments have to a large extent overcome this defect. 

A field test was also conducted on open type drop-out fuse switches on 
heavy currents. The data collected are of great value, both in the selection of 
suitable switches for rural line work and to the manufacturer. 

The improvement in voltage in some of the districts where the source of 
supply was a considerable distance from the consumers, was continued by the 
installation of automatic booster transformers. 

These boosters automatically maintain satisfactory voltage during periods 
of heavy load. The booster installation was found to be particularly effective 
in districts where there is a heavy summer resort load for part of the year. 

Radio Interference and Flashover Tests, Highway Lighting, etc. 

Assistance was given to the Testing and Research laboratories in con- 
ducting tests to determine the voltage at which radio interference commences, 
and also the wet and dry flashover point of all types of insulators and fuse 



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cutouts used on rural lines. In all about 100 pieces of equipment were thus 
tested. 

In response to an increasing interest in highway lighting, estimates have 
been prepared for the lighting of experimental sections of one of the main 
Provincial Highways. 

A considerable amount of re-location of lines was made necessary by the 
activity of the Department of Highways in widening and straightening several 
roads throughout the Province. 

A paper was prepared on "Insulator Ties' ' and read before the A.M.E.U. 
Convention at Ottawa. This paper was well received and requests for additional 
copies have been received from such distant points as South Africa, South 
America and Mexico. 

DISTRIBUTION RURAL LINE CONSTRUCTION 

During the year ended October 31st, 1934, in addition to a large number 
of short line extensions to new consumers, the following work was carried on 
in rural power districts. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — N15D3 — During the year progress was made in 
changing the existing single-phase line on the River Front road south of 
Amherstburg to three-phase. The work was held up due to widening of the 
highway at this point. One section of the line is arranged for joint use with the 
Bell Telephone Company. 

Aylmer R.P.D. — N11D2 — Obsolete switches and arresters were replaced 
by new ones. 

Bothwell R.P.D. — N14D10 — Improvements were made on the line for- 
merly known as the Glencoe-Dominion Petroleum Company's line but now 
included in the capital investment of this rural power district. The neutral was 
lowered and the pole phase wire mounted on a pole top pin to provide greater 
clearance of conductors and minimize interruptions by means of the triangular 
type of construction. 

Exeter R.P.D. — N4D6 — In order to provide better regulation, the No. 4 
aluminum conductors on the rural feeder between Dashwood and Grand Bend 
were replaced with No. 2 copper conductors for a distance of 7.25 miles. At 
the same time changes were made in the pole line, new anchors were installed 
and conductors moved to provide better clearance. The work was completed 
June 10, 1934. 

Haldimand R.P.D. — N2D8 — Approximately nine miles of single-phase 
rural line was constructed to serve rural consumers in the vicinity of Nantichoke. 

Jordan R.P.D. — N44D2 — In order to improve voltage conditions, 
conductors were increased in size and 4,000/2,300-volt lines were installed 
to tie in the existing distribution system with the Louth distributing station. 

Markham R.P.D. — N3D1 — In order to provide better voltage conditions, 
an additional primary conductor was strung on existing poles for five miles 
from Ringwood to Musselmans lake, changing the single-phase grounded line 
to 4,000-volt three-phase ungrounded, and the secondary circuits in the summer 
resort area at Musselmans lake were increased. 

The distribution system in the village of Unionville was re-built by 
erecting greatly increased secondary conductors, adding new transformers and 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 109 

re-locating others to better advantage for changing load conditions. The 
street lighting control wire in the village was re-arranged to conform with 
standard construction. 

Preston R.P.D. — N6D1 — On eleven miles of rural line from Breslau to 
Doon, a large percentage of the poles were replaced or stubbed and old cross- 
arms and insulators renewed. 

Ridgetown R.P.D. — N14D2 — In order to eliminate constant interrup- 
tions due to old type transformer cutouts new open type cutouts were installed. 

St. Thomas R.P.D. — N11D1 — Obsolete switches and arresters were 
replaced by new equipment. 

Saltfleet R.P.D. — N17D1 — Extensive changes were made to allow for 
road widening on Barton Street. The distribution networks in the subdivisions 
of Goodwin Park, Rosedale, Poplar Park, Highway Gardens and Glovers 
Side Road were rebuilt using heavier conductors to provide more adequate 
service for increased loads. 

Scarboro R.P.D. — N3D2 — In order to improve service to the Kingston 
road summer resort section, the existing single-phase and two-phase rural 
lines in the Frenchman bay and Fairport beach areas were converted to 
three-phase lines by the addition of primary conductors totalling 334 miles 
of line. 

Simcoe R.P.D. — N12D2 — To supply a 40-horsepower load at the Simcoe 
Wool Stock Company, a single-phase rural line feeding out of Simcoe distribut- 
ing station was converted to three-phase with heavier conductors. 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— N14D13— More than 100 poles had to be re- 
located due to widening and straightening of the Blue Water highway on the 
St. Clair river road, north of Wallaceburg. In the districts of Brigden and 
Sarnia, similar improvements carried on by the Provincial Highways Depart ~ 
ment necessitated extensive changes in pole locations. Pole top pins were 
erected for the center phase to provide better clearance. » 

Walsingham R.P.D. — N12D7— During the year a 4,600-volt grounded 
line, ten miles in length was constructed to serve consumers in the Township of 
Houghton and South Walsingham. At the same time, the existing pole top 
pins were removed on two miles of single-phase line and crossarms were erected 
with heavier conductors. All the existing 2,300-volt transformers, arresters 
and cutouts west from Port Rowan were replaced by 4,600-volt equipment 
and a 37.5-kv-a. 4,600/2,300-volt, step-up transformer was erected on the 
rural line where it tapped off the Port Rowan feeder to step up the voltage 
of all lines feeding west from Port Rowan. 

There were also some changes made in the existing rural line from 
St. Williams distributing station to Turkey Point. On the section from St. 
Williams to the junction of the Normandale tap, a distance of 5.5 miles .two 
additional phase wires were erected and from the Normandale tap to Turkey 
Point, a distance of 0.75 of a mile, one additional phase wire was erected. This 
work was done to improve voltage conditions at Turkey Point and was com- 
pleted June 28, 1934. Ten miles of new line was constructed in the district to 
serve new consumers. 

Welland R.P.D. — N1D5 — A considerable amount of re-building was 
carried on and the size of conductors increased in the vicinity of Port Robinson 
and Welland South. 



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Woodbridge R.P.D. — N16D1 — The distribution system secondary cir- 
cuits were completely rehabilitated in the village of Nobleton. 

The rural three-phase line from Woodbridge to Maple was re-built for a 
distance of 8.5 miles by replacing the No. 6 copper primaries with No. 1/0 
copper and by replacing the existing iron neutral with a No. 2 copper neutral. 

The secondary system in the village of Maple was re-constructed using 
heavier conductors and additional transformers. Sectionalizing switches were 
also erected at the village limits. 

Woodstock R.P.D. — N10D2 — In order to supply a power load of 25 
horsepower at Hickson, the existing single-phase 2,300-volt grounded line, 
6.80 miles in length, between Woodstock and Hickson was converted into a 
three-phase 4, 000- volt ungrounded line by the addition of another conductor. 
The line was put in service on June 7, 1934. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — W1D1 — Extensions of existing rural lines 
were made to serve summer consumers located in the Sparrow lake summer 
resort area. Twenty-one sectionalizing switches were erected to replace obsolete 
switches or provide new means of sectionalizing various sections of the district. 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D. — S10D1 — The summer load at Wasaga Beach 
increased to such an extent that it was found necessary to replace the No. 6 
copper conductors on eleven miles of three-phase, 8,000/4,600-volt line with 
No. 1/0 copper. 

The new circuit from Stayner sub-station to Wasaga Beach was put in 
service June 11, 1934. 

Rural Gable Installations 

Several submarine cable extensions were made to various islands in the 
Muskoka lakes to provide service to summer homes as follows: 

Bala R.P.D.— GB13D1— Five cables totalling 1.5 miles to the Mazangah 
group. Three cables totalling 0.66 of a mile to Hamills Point, Charity and 
Hope Islands. 

Beaumaris R.P.D. — M7D1 — Three cables totalling 0.75 of a mile to 
Keewaydin, Silverwoods and Ellsworth Islands. One cable 2,350 feet to Grand 
Island. 

Utterson R.P.D.— M8D1— One cable 2,250 feet to Wigwassan Lodge. 

These thirteen cable installations were all laid and put in service during 
the summer of 1934. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. — G30D1 — In order to supply power to the north 
shore of Sturgeon lake, opposite Thurstonia Park, a submarine cable 3,600 
feet in length was laid across the lake. The cable is a single conductor, single- 
phase and operates at 6,900 volts to supply 3 3^ miles of rural line. It was put 
in service on July 13, 1934. 

Renfrew R.P.D.— QM16D1— With the erection of the Renfrew-Cobden 
feeder line, it became possible to serve a large number of consumers by con- 
structing 4.5 miles of rural line in the townships of Adamson and Bromley. 
It is expected that service will be given in the latter part of November, 1934. 



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RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

GROWTH IN CAPITAL INVESTMENT ^MILES OF LINE "NUMBER OF CONSUMERS 


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112 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

DISTRIBUTION FEEDER CONSTRUCTION 

The following work was carried on in connection with distribution feeders: 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Baden D.S. to Phillipsburg — N635x6 — This circuit which forms a 
part of the Wellesley feeder was re-built where the poles needed replacing, and 
in order to improve voltage regulation in the village of Wellesley, larger 
conductors were strung between Baden distributing station and Phillipsburg. 
The work was completed December 22, 1933. 

Boyd Brick Co. Junction to Gypsum Co. Junction — N1360x61 — The 
capital invested in the feeder line between the Boyd Brick Company junction 
and the Gypsum Company junction covering 0.7 of a mile of line was trans- 
ferred to feeder line capital. The transfer was made as of February 1, 1934. 

Dominion Petroleum Junction to Dominion Petroleum Co.— 
N 1489x29 — The Dominion Petroleum Company having signed a rural power 
contract and become a rural consumer, it was necessary to transfer the capital 
invested in the three miles of three-phase 8, 000- volt feeder line to rural capital. 
The transfer was made as of January 23, 1934. 

Gypsum Co. Junction to Campbellville-— N1361xl7 — The capital 
invested in the feeder line between the Gypsum Company junction and Camp- 
bellville covering 3.3 miles of line, was transferred to feeder line capital. The 
transfer was made as of February 1, 1934. 

Milton to Boyd Brick Company — N1308x60 — The capital invested in 
the feeder line between Milton and the Boyd Brick Company covering approxi- 
mately 2.2 miles of line was transferred to feeder line capital. Crossarms and 
conductors on town poles in the town of Milton were purchased from the 
municipality. The transfer was made as of February 1, 1934. 

Ringwood D.S. to Stouffville— N395x21— The town of Stouffville was 
formerly fed at 4,000 volts from the 26,400-volt sub-station at Mount Joy. 
When the 26,400-volt line was extended to Ringwood, capital investment 
representing 1.35 miles of lines was transferred from the Mount Joy-Stouffville 
feeder to the Ringwood-Stouffville feeder to cover the section of 4,000-volt line 
left in service. The transfer was made as of January 7, 1934. 

Waterloo D.S. to Bridgeport — N740x9 — The section of this feeder from 
Waterloo D.S. to Lexington, which was formerly a three-phase rural line, did 
not have conductors of sufficient capacity to carry the load and heavier con- 
ductors were erected between these two points. It was also necessary to change 
the dead-end connections, replace a number of crossarms and provide addi- 
tional guying. The work was completed January 22, 1934. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Renfrew to Cobden — QM 16x1631 — Work was commenced early in 
October on a feeder line from Renfrew to Cobden approximately twenty miles 
in length. This included fifteen miles of new three-phase line and five miles of 
existing single-phase to be changed to three-phase. The line will supply power at 
6,600 volts to the municipality of Cobden. At the end of the fiscal year, all 
the holes had been dug and the poles erected, and a substantial amount of the 
wire strung. 



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SECTION VII 



TESTING— RESEARCH— INSPECTION 



The Testing and Inspection department has three main divisions: the 
Testing and Research laboratories, the Approvals laboratory and the Electrical 
Inspection branch. Each of these divisions performs duties of a special nature, 
but collectively they may be considered as being a service institution established 
for the benefit of the other departments of the Commission, the Hydro munici- 
palities and their customers and, to some extent, for the benefit of power 
consumers in the province of Ontario as a whole. 

The Testing and Research laboratories comprise the Electrical laboratory, 
Engineering Materials laboratory, Chemical laboratory, Illuminating labora- 
tory and the Photographic and Blueprint branches. Their functions include 
testing, inspection and research in so far as these relate to the generation, 
transmission, distribution and consumption of electrical energy. The work of 
the Approvals laboratory embraces the testing and inspection of electrical 
equipment manufactured for use within the Province to assure the elimination 
of equipment hazardous to human life or to property. The Electrical Inspection 
division is responsible for the administration of the Commission's Rules and 
Regulations governing electrical installations. The duties of this section cover 
the inspection of wiring installations throughout the Province. 

Reference was made in last year's report to the Research committee. This 
committee and its associated sub-committees has done valuable work during 
the year, and reference is made below to several of its accomplishments. 

Statistics for the year are encouraging in that they show an increase over 
last year's operations of approximately 14 per cent in the volume of general 
testing. 

TESTING AND RESEARCH LABORATORIES 

Statistical and Routine Work 

A total of 46,747 tests of all classes was made by the Testing and Research 
laboratories during the year. Of this total, the Electrical laboratory made 
14,673 tests, the Chemical laboratory 1,317, the Structural Materials laboratory 
7,570, and the Photometric laboratory 23,187. The Blueprint branch completed 
4,331 orders and made 48,252 prints having a total area of 136,560 square feet, 
and the Photographic branch completed 556 orders relating to routine work. 
The above statistics include tests to check the quality of materials such as 



114 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

insulators, rubber gloves, transmission line hardware, paint, lamps, etc. ; tests 
required for research and standardization projects; tests made at the request 
of Hydro municipalities; commercial tests, and calibrations on electrical 
measuring or recording devices. 

Materials and Equipment Inspection Work 

The volume of inspection work was maintained at a somewhat higher 
level than last year owing principally to the construction of the Ottawa- 
Cornwall transmission line and the new Administration building. 

Transmission Line Materials 

For many years it has been the Commission's practice to purchase all 
materials under rigid specifications and to provide adequate inspection to 
assure compliance with these specifications. This involves the inspection of 
items such as insulators, clamps, pins, cross-arms, conductor materials, gal- 
vanized steel wire, bolts, splices and connections. 

Detailed inspection is also made of steelwork for high-tension tower 
construction and for station structures. This work is done by an inspector 
resident at the point of fabrication, who is responsible for the material reaching 
the field without delay and in accordance with the' plans and specifications. 
During the year, inspection was made of steelwork for the Ottawa-Cornwall 
transmission line and for station structures at Kirkland Lake and Smooth Rock. 

Equipment 

During the fiscal year, 32 power transformers and 495 distribution trans- 
formers of total capacity 160,150 kv-a, 17 circuit-breakers of total capacity 
2,153,000 kv-a, and 22 disconnecting switches of total capacity 5,255,000 kv-a, 
were inspected and released for shipment. The staff also inspected equipment 
required in the construction and erection of five electric steam generators 
having a total capacity of 85,000 kw. and one welded steel heating boiler for 
the new Administration building. 

Inspection has also been made of power-house equipment in connection 
with the Beauharnois contract. Included in this were one 46,625-kv-a generator, 
two 53,000-h.p. turbines, one motor generator exciter, and several transformers, 
breakers and switches. Extensive physical and metallurgical tests were made 
on specimens from the turbine and generator shafts, and special attention was 
directed to the welding of various parts of the equipment. 

Administration Building 

The structural and reinforcing steel required for the new Administration 
building was inspected during fabrication, and an inspector has been stationed 
at the site to check the workmanship and alignment during erection. 

Concrete 

Inspection of concrete for the Administration building is the major item 
under this heading. Inspectors have been stationed at the proportioning plant 
to check the quality of the mix and at the site to supervise the placing and 
curing operations. 

Following the established practice of inspecting the Commission's existing 
concrete structures at least every three years, examinations were made of the 



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COMPARATIVE EFFECT OF CORROSION ON TWO TYPES OF WELD METAL 



following: Brant and North Bay transformer stations, sections of the Queenston- 
Chippawa canal, the Eugenia Falls main dam and the developments at Bingham 
Chute, Elliott Chute, Hanna Chute, South Falls, Trethewey Falls, Wasdells 
Falls, Nipissing, Seymour, Bala and Auburn. 

At the request of the Hamilton Hydro Commission, an inspection was 
made of disintegrated concrete street poles, and recommendations were made 
as to the advisability of repairing them. 



Research 



New Methods and Materials 



The laboratories continue to investigate the merits of new materials and 
methods in order to assist the Commission's engineers in keeping fully informed 
of any new developments which might be helpful in the Commission's opera- 
tions. Items of this nature investigated during the year include: special wire of 
British manufacture, devices for transmission line construction, linemen's 
safety belts, lamps for special service, a special cross-arm device for telephone 
lines, heat-resisting steels, reflex signals for vehicles, lighting units, metal spray 
coatings and hotplate units for domestic use. 



116 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Investigation of Troubles 

As in other years, the laboratories have been called upon to investigate 
troubles arising out of operation or to explain phenomena observed on our 
systems. Typical examples of these are: 

Examination of an aluminum conductor removed from a railway 
crossing to determine to what extent corrosion had affected its strength. 
It was found that the strength was unimpaired and that scale rather than 
corrosion had caused the surface condition. 

A metallurgical examination of a broken pump-shaft to determine the 
cause of failure. The examination revealed that the steel was not suitable 
for this type of service, and recommendations were made as to the grade 
of metal that should be used. 

A bent axle was examined to determine if the manufacturer was at 
fault in supplying soft steel. The manufacturer was exonerated and cause 
of failure was discovered. 

An examination to determine the cause of failure of an aluminum 
conductor from Harrow rural power district. The material was found to be 
of good quality, failure having resulted from the service conditions to 
which the conductor had been exposed. » 

Inspection of two tower members which had failed by vibration. 

Inspection of cracks which had developed in the brake ring of a 
Queenston generator. A procedure for repairs was recommended. 

Investigations Leading to Improvements in Methods or Materials 

Attention has been given to a large variety of problems during the year. 
Of these special mention may be made of the following: 

The development of an inexpensive potential indicator designed for 
high-tension lines. This device has proved to be very reliable. 

Improvements in electric water installations for domestic use. A fuse- 
link was developed to act as a high temperature safety trip in the heating 
circuit. 

Short-circuit tests on high-voltage cutouts used on distribution 
circuits. Oscillograph records were taken of a large number of samples 
under various operating conditions. 

Power factor measurements on bushings. A method was developed 
for measurement of the power factor of insulation at high voltage where 
the electrostatic capacity is not too high. 

An investigation to determine the possibility of recharging lightning 
arrester cones. A suitable procedure was established. 

Study of protective treatments for tower footings below the ground 
line. Twelve different treatments have been investigated. 

Tests on various types of line ties. Four hundred tests were made 
using bare and weatherproof wire. 

Tests on welded chain. Three types of chain were tested using electric 
butt welding and lap welding. 



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POTENTIAL INDICATOR FOR 220,000-VOLT CIRCUITS— ELECTRICAL LABORATORY 
Leaside Transformer Station 



Vibration tests on dead-end clamps and connections. Sufficient work 
has not been done to obtain conclusive results. 

An investigation to determine the effect of the hot bath process on 
the physical characteristics of weatherproof wire. Tests have been made 
on 259 samples with the intention of using the data in the preparation of 
specifications. 

Comparative tests on different grades of asphalt roofing felts. Tests 
have been completed, and an analysis is being made of the data. 



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No. 26 




WOOD POLE STUDIES— CHEMICAL LABORATORY 
LEFT — Jack Pine pole after 17 months' exposure. Decayed sapwood removed and brush coat of 

creosote applied. 
RIGHT — Same pole after 5 years' exposure — no further decay in heart wood since creosoted 



Treatment of Wood Poles 

This project has been very active during the year. In collaboration with 
the Operating department, an inspection was made of several wood-pole lines, 
near North Bay. Particular attention was focussed on the study of insect 
destruction which has become a matter of much concern in that vicinity. The 
inspection yielded information which made possible the working out of a pro- 
cedure for combating the destruction. In the North Bay district also, several 
groups of poles representing various preservative treatments were inspected 
and their condition recorded. 

In the Niagara district, 300 poles were tested with an increment borer, 
records were made of centre rot found and the entire group was tagged. Inspec- 
tion was also made of the poles in the test beds at Barrie and Leaside, as well 
as of those poles which were stubbed with galvanized steel shells last year. In 
addition, twenty soils were analysed to provide data for the study of soil 
classification and its relation to wood-pole decay. 

Paint 

The value of the laboratories' paint research has been firmly established, 
and the annual saving to the Commission already effected has reached substan- 
tial proportions. Although this work has, to a large extent, become a routine 
matter, the Chemical laboratory is continually making tests on new products 
and methods of application. A complete series of tests was conducted to deter- 
mine the wearing qualities of concrete floor paints, and studies were made of 
improved methods of painting wood. 



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EQUIPMENT FOR MEASURING TRANSMISSION LINE VIBRATIONS IN THE FIELD 



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CURVATURE RECORDS OF VIBRATIONS ON 795,000 CIR. MIL. CONDUCTOR 



Concrete 

The following problems relating to concrete were studied during the year: 

Thermal tests on concrete and concrete aggregates. This investigation, 
started just prior to the beginning of the year, was brought to a successful 
conclusion. Data were obtained as to the relative heat insulating values of 
various coverings for protecting concrete, the heat required for stockpiles 
during cold weather, the temperature of mixing water required to give a 
concrete mixture of specified temperature, the heat gradient of concrete 
in the forms and the degree of protection afforded by natural hydration 
of cement. 



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Proportioning tests on mixtures using crushed and screened rock as a 
substitute for natural sand. The proportioning and strength tests were 
completed but final analysis of the data has not been made. 

An analysis of concrete compression tests and the probable uniformity 
to be expected in the field. The data previously assembled were re-studied 
and additional data were analysed. 

Tests required for the new Administration building. The work in- 
cluded an investigation of the aggregate, proportioning tests for strength 
and workability, and tests to determine the best method of grouting 
column bases. 

Proportioning tests for minor developments and repair jobs. Included 
in this were investigations for the development at Rat Rapids, repair 
work at Bingham Chute, Eugenia Dam, McVittie and Cameron Falls, 
station structures of Cornwall and Kirkland Lake, and the proposed 
dam at Cobden. 

Studies on durability of concrete. For some years the Commission's 
laboratory studies have been closely co-ordinated with periodic observa- 
tions as to the durability of various types of concrete structures in service. 
This is an essential procedure in correlating the theoretical and practical 
aspects of the problem. This year a survey was made of several structures 
which had previously been inspected in 1928. In all, nineteen structures 
were inspected and their condition recorded. 

In February, the American Concrete Institute held its annual convention 
in Toronto. A member of the staff presided as chairman of the convention 
committee and two papers on "Winter Concreting" were prepared and pre- 
sented by the Commission's technicians specializing in concrete construction 
problems. 

Vibration of Transmission Line Conductors 

One of the most important research projects in recent years has been the 
investigation of remedial measures for preventing or reducing the destruction 
caused by transmission line vibrations. An entirely new method of attacking 
the problem, together with suitable instruments for measuring and recording 
vibrations, were developed by the staff and an extensive series of tests was 
conducted in the field. A wealth of practical data has been obtained, some 
details of which have been published in the American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers Journal of November, 1934. 

Some work has also been done on endurance testing of clamps and con- 
nections using a mechanically sustained vibration on a laboratory test-span. 
Another study is in progress to determine the metallurgical characteristics of 
conductor materials in order to obtain data as to their endurance limits and 
the safe range of stress to which they may be subjected in service. 

Radio Interference 

This department co-operates with the Federal authorities in making tests 
towards mitigating interference of radio broadcasts by power line circuits. An 
extensive series of tests was conducted on line materials and devices to deter- 
mine conditions under which radio interference might arise therefrom. 



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TEST TO DETERMINE THE STRENGTH OF INSULATOR 
THE EFFECT OF YOKING THE INSULATORS 
Structural Materials Laboratory 



PINS AND 



Communication 



Assistance was provided towards the installation of radio communication 
equipment for the Rat Rapid development, and attention was given to various 
broadcast and carrier-wave installations at such times as special treatment was 
required. 



Test Methods 



In the interests of economy, testing methods and equipment have been 
standardized as far as possible, but it is necessary that vigilance be exercised 
to ensure that results be valid. A survey is being made of the more recently 
developed methods used by manufacturers in so far as they relate to the duties 
of this department. 

Miscellaneous Research 

Owing to the accumulation of experience on general engineering matters, 
members of the staff are frequently called in consultation on subjects per- 
taining to power generation and distribution. Typical subjects of this nature 
are the carrying capacity and stability of operation of networks and systems, 
and the protection of electrical apparatus from lightning or overload. 

The problem of co-ordination of types of construction permissible where 
power and communication circuits must occupy adjacent locations has led to 
the formation of a Joint committee composed of communication engineers 
from various organizations. The laboratories are co-operating with this com- 
mittee whose aim is to work out the most economical solution satisfactory to 
all parties concerned. 

Inventions 

Several inventions submitted to the Commission were examined and 
reported upon. 



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Miscellaneous 

New Equipment 

Only a few items of new equipment were purchased during the year. These 
included a vibration generator, a three-ton hoist for adjusting tension of con- 
ductors in vibration tests, a micrometer microscope for measuring thickness 
of electrical insulation, equipment for moisture absorption tests on non- 
metallic tubing, an abrasion tester for conductor coverings, and a set of sieves 
for mechanical analysis of concrete aggregates. 

Equipment was designed and constructed for testing the wearing qualities 
of paints intended for concrete floors, and the existing cord endurance tester 
was entirely rebuilt and fitted with a new gear-reducing unit. 



Purchase Specifications 

During the year specifications were prepared in co-operation with the 
Research committee for gasoline, automobile lubricating oils and creosote. 

Members of the staff co-operated with the city of Toronto By-law com- 
mittee in the revision of the City Building Regulations, and with the Canadian 
Engineering Standards Association in connection with specifications for heavy 
steel shaft forgings. 



Lighting Service 

The facilities of the laboratory are at all times available to assist munici- 
palities and their customers in the solution of their lighting problems. During 
the year, twenty-seven reports were submitted in response to customers' 
requests for this type of service. 

Extensive use has also been made of accumulated data on this subject to 
demonstrate the value of commercial display lighting, and to promote a wider 
use of power for this purpose. In this connection six lectures on lighting were 
delivered during the year to service clubs, merchants associations, chambers of 
commerce, and other organizations. 



Lamps 

The testing and inspection of Hydro lamps was carried on as in previous 
years. This year, the volume of work was greater than has been recorded at any 
time since accurate statistics have been kept. 

Lamps are used in a great variety of ways and under many conditions, and 
situations arise where the particular condition of each situation must be con- 
sidered. During the year, assistance was given in nineteen such cases. 

Gaseous conduction lamps have attracted much interest, particularly in 
regard to their use in highway lighting. A study was made of the outstanding 
features of these lamps, and a report was submitted for the information of the 
Engineering department. 

The laboratory has continued to test headlamps and other automobile 
lighting equipment for the Department of Highways. 



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APPROVALS LABORATORY 

Statistical 

The following table contains a summary of the testing and inspection work 
of the Approvals laboratory for the past three years: 

1932 1933 1934 

number number number 

Applications for approval 660 743 742 

Special approval tests, etc 178 237 267 

Listing applications 52 67 54 

Factory inspection reports 3,039 3,328 3,993 

Labels sold (except wire, cord, conduit, 

etc.) 696,100 621,723 1,057,378 

Labels sold, conduit 446,000 705,000 

Labels sold — Wire, cord, armoured 

cable, etc 334,000 438,000 

Total number of labels sold 696,100 1,401,723 2,200,378 



The following table gives the amount of wire, cable and conduit labelled 
during the past two years: 

1933 1934 

feet feet 

Insulated wire 63,600,000 74,125,000 

(Inch R.C. fixture wire and heat-resisting 
fixture wire) 

Flexible cord 22,200,000 20,375,000 

Heater cord 5,560,000 4,500,000 

Armoured cable 7,420,000 9,150,000 

Flexible steel conduit 120,000 150,000 

Flexible non-metallic tubing 4,500,000 4,250,000 

Non-metallic sheathed cable 6,300,000 7,250,000 

Rigid steel conduit 4,680,000 7,050,000 

(Incl. nipples and elbows) 

These figures indicate a substantial increase in production during 1934. 



Applications for approval may be sub-divided as follows: 

1933 1934 

number number 

Motor-driven appliances 222 194 

Electrically-heated appliances 168 201 

Wiring devices 125 96 

Lighting devices 106 112 

Industrial control and transformers 43 31 

Miscellaneous 43 53 

Wire and cable 19 17 

Radio and sound appliances 17 38 



124 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Specifications 

Summary of Work 

1932-33 1933-34 

number number 
Specifications in process by Canadian Engineering 

Standards Association, November 1 15 17 

Specifications printed 5 7 

Specifications advanced to final C.E.S.A. form 4 1 

Specifications begun by laboratory staff 10 8 

Meetings of C.E.S.A. Specification panel attended.. 15 9 

Average attendance of laboratory engineers 3.5 3 

Other meetings relating to Approvals work 3 2 

One engineer called upon electrical inspectors and manufacturers through- 
out Western Canada in relation to the new edition of the Canadian Electrical 
Code and to specifications mentioned above, in addition to general re-examina- 
tion work. A special meeting of enclosed switch manufacturers and inspectors 
was held in Vancouver to discuss the third draft of the Enclosed Switch 
specification. 



Label Sales 

Label service on electric fixtures was made effective at factories in Ontario 
and Quebec in Janaury, 1934. In an effort to control the construction and in- 
stallation of sub-standard coal-burning equipment, label service under the 
name "Coal Blower or Stoker" was devised and put into effect in factories and 
shops, where such equipment is assembled, in September. It is believed that 
such label service, requiring as it does more rigid specifications and inspection 
at the factory has done much to raise the standard of construction and to 
eliminate fire and accident hazard from two very important lines of domestic 
equipment. 

It will be noted that there has been more than 50 per cent increase in the 
total number of labels sold. In the general group only four small items, motor 
starters, cabinets, enclosed branch circuit cutouts and branch circuit breakers 
do not show an increase. Fixtures, portable lamps, clocks and radio show the 
largest increases. Electrical materials for construction work such as conduit, 
wire and cable also have been much more in demand than in the preceding year. 



Miscellaneous 

Short-circuit testing of fuses and small circuit breakers was extended 
during the year to include 250-volt cartridge fuses, the test equipment being 
moved to the Scott street substation of Toronto Hydro-Electric System. 

Test equipment was devised and put into operation for the testing of small 
thermostats for electric heating pads. The whole routine for heating-pad tests 
was standardized and several manufacturers' products tested in accordance 
with H-E.P.C. Specification No. 33 (C.E.S.A. draft No. 15). Some definite 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 125 

changes in this draft seem to be required as a result of these tests observed; 
but for the present year the specification as written is to be taken as laboratory 
requirements for approval. A machine for applying flexing tests to heating pads 
was constructed and arranged to be driven from the driving unit of the abrasion 
testing machine used for tests on braid of insulated wires. 

Among the newer lines of appliances engaging the attention of manufac- 
turers during the year, the following deserve notice: Hair-dressing appliances, 
air-conditioning equipment both of the evaporation and water-washing types, 
refrigerating and cooling equipment, beer pumps, battery-chargers for car 
owners, X-ray and medical equipment, radio test equipment, as well as many 
other new lines of heating appliances and motor-operated devices. 

New types of rubber- jacketted heater cord have been developed for heavy 
duty pressing by flat irons. Asbestos-insulated nickel wire has become standard 
for the internal wiring of table-cooking appliances by some manufacturers. 
Improvements in the dielectric strength of appliances designed to be used in 
contact with patients, or the operators in hospitals have been made on the 
recommendation of the engineers of the laboratory and in some cases secondary 
insulation has also been provided. An improvement in the quality of heater 
cord has been effected. The laboratory suggested to the wire manufacturers 
that one of two types of cord be abandoned and that only the more durable 
type be produced. This suggestion was accepted. 

These and many other changes in the general improvement of electrical 
equipment submitted to the Approvals laboratory may be noted and have been 
favourably commented upon by manufacturers and field inspectors. 

A complete revision of the list of Approved Electrical Equipment in pamph- 
let form was issued in February and distributed to electrical inspection offices 
and others interested throughout the Dominion. 

As an adjunct to this list, weekly publication was begun in April of a list 
of equipment on which laboratory work was now complete and final report 
issued, together with a list of applications for approval received. This list in 
mimeograph form has been circulated to the electrical inspectors of the Com- 
mission and those in other provinces in which effective sales control is being 
carried out. 

The wire and cable manufacturers formed a technical committee for the 
purpose of discussing matters of laboratory procedure and specifications and 
other items of common interest. This committee has been of great value in 
effecting a saving of time in discussions on these matters, which previously 
were conducted with individual manufacturers. 

The Approvals laboratory has continued its work of preparing specifica- 
tions in co-operation with the Canadian Engineering Standards Association 
and the manufacturers — in this work it has found the Canadian Engineering 
Standards Association invaluable. 

Some assistance was rendered to the research sub-committee on domestic 
services in the design of service entrance cable and of service equipments com- 
prising a combination service switch, panelboard and switches for control of 
water heaters. 



126 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 

The Electrical Inspection department of the Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission has now been in operation for a period of nineteen years. It was formed, 
in the latter part of 1915, to supervise the carrying out of the Rules and Regula- 
tions governing electrical installations in all municipalities of the Province of 
Ontario. It functions for the Provincial Government under the direction of the 
Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

The Rules and Regulations were drawn up primarily because it was 
necessary to protect human life and also property from the hazards incidental 
to the wide and varied use of electrical energy in the Province. The original 
rules were known as the "Rules and Regulations of the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario." 

Owing to the increasing intercourse between the several provinces of the 
Dominion, it was deemed advisable, in the interests of economy and efficiency, 
to formulate a code of regulations which would be acceptable to all. The pre- 
liminary work on these rules and regulations was started in 1920. 

The new rules, known as the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, are, 
generally, based on the "National Electrical Code" and the "National Electrical 
Safety Code", together with the "Rules and Regulations of the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario" and local regulations in force in the various 
parts of Canada. 

It would be impossible, in the space available, to enumerate those members 
of the several committees responsible for the different sections of the "Code." 
It will suffice to say that these committees were composed of representatives 
from every field interested in the application and installation of electric wiring 
and equipment, such as public utilities commissions, architects, fire under- 
writers, manufacturers of electrical equipment, electrical contractors, electrical 
inspectors, electrical engineers, the Dominion and Provincial governments, 
etc., etc. 

The Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, has been adopted by all provinces 
of the Dominion, thereby assuring an equal standard of electric wiring and 
equipment installation throughout Canada. 



Statistical 

The following table contains figures relating to the operation of the de- 
partment for the past three years: 

1932 1933 1934 

No. of applications for inspection 76,171 75,054 73,224 

No. of inspections made 153,895 137,760 139,720 

Value of building contracts let $38,488,900 $26,292,000 $36,096,200 

The accompanying graph shows the monthly trend in these figures for the 
past five years. 



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Fires Attributed to Electricity 

A great number of fires are reported to the department each year, as having 
been caused by defective electric wiring or equipment. Upon investigation it is 
found, in the majority of instances, that any evidence which would afford proof 
of electrical origin, has been destroyed by the fire. Twenty-three fires were 
found to have been due to electrical defects as compared to thirty-one in 1933. 
The fires are classified, as to origin, below: 

Origin Number Origin Number 
Armoured cable 8 Defective canopy switch 1 



Flexible cord 5 

Defective fixture joints 3 

Short circuit in conduit 1 

Short circuit in meter trough 1 

Accidental ground 1 



Defective automatic control 1 

Gasoline vapour ignited in cleaning 
establishment, by arc from socket 
not approved for use in such 

locations 1 

Gasoline vapour ignited inside of 

gasoline dispensing standard 1 

It will be seen that 35 per cent of the fires attributed to electric wiring 
and equipment were caused by armoured cable and 22 per cent by flexible cord 
extensions. 



128 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Electrocutions 

Three persons were electrocuted this year, through contact with electrical 
equipment coming under the jurisdiction of this department, this number 
being a decrease of one from last year. The individual causes are cited below: 

Man electrocuted through coming into contact with an ungrounded 
motor. Voltage of circuit, 550. 

Man electrocuted while using a defective extension cord equipped 
with a brass socket. Voltage of circuit, 115. 

Man electrocuted by grasping a bare conductor while standing on a 
steel drum. Voltage of circuit (to ground), 200. 



Ground Tests 

In order to minimize life and fire hazards, the Rules and Regulations 
require all non-current-carrying metal parts of services to be grounded and in 
some instances, one of the service conductors. In the larger towns and cities, 
the municipal water piping system, which has a known low resistance, is used. 

In isolated communities and in rural districts where a suitable water pipe 
ground is not available other means must be resorted to, such as driven ground 
rods, etc. On account of the great diversity in the resistances obtained from, 
mechanically similar, grounds of this type in different localities, it is necessary 
that each consumer's service ground resistance be known, previous to author- 
izing the supply authority to connect its lines to the consumers' service. 

This year, 1,819 grounds were tested as compared to 2,222 in 1933. 



Infractions of Regulations 

Twenty-four persons and companies were prosecuted for various infrac- 
tions of the Provincial Rules and Regulations, such as working without permits 
or neglecting to remedy defects which constituted hazards to life and property. 



Re-Wiring 

The routine work of re-inspecting the older and more obsolete type of 
installation has been carried out, as in previous years. In all, 2,616 installations 
were brought up to a reasonable standard of safety at an estimated cost of 
$183,963. 



Coal Blowers 

A large increase has been noted in the number of coal blowers and stokers 
installed, for domestic use, during the past two years. A great deal of work has 
devolved upon the department in checking these installations and in elimin- 
ating unapproved electrical equipment. 



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129 



SECTION VIII 



ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 



Operation 



There was no major commitment on capital account during the year. 
Way and structures, and equipment were well maintained. 



The results from operation are shown in the following tabulation and 



chart. 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 

Comparative Operating Statistics 

1933 1934 

Gross earnings .$57,455 • $65,049 

Operating expenses 69,806 69,147 

Operating shortage 12,351 4,098 

Interest and debenture payments 25,468 25,093 

Sinking fund.. 3,159 3,159 

Deficit 41,332 • *32,607 

Passenger earnings 47,921 55,215 

Freight earnings 8,931 9,299 

Route-miles: — 

Trolley 6.41 6.41 

Bus 5.99 5.99 

Total 12.40 12.40 

Track-miles 9.06 9.06 

Passenger cars operated 7 7 

Passenger buses operated 4 4 

Car-miles operated: — 

Passenger cars 221,185 225,466 

Passenger buses 91,419 97,698 

Freight locomotive 9,908 ' 10,424 

Car-hours operated: — 

Passenger cars 27,619 27,896 

Buses 13,037 13,860 

Freight locomotive 2,141 2,064 

Passengers carried 1,066,285 1,196,377 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 27.1% 27.15% 

Accidents — total 17 25 

Accidents — automobile 11 19 

Accidents per 100,000 car-miles 5.1 7.5 

*Deficit includes $11,700, on purchase account, of which $8,731 is amortization and $2,969 
interest charges. 

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THE SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND AMHERSTBURG 

RAILWAY COMPANY 

Operation 

The management of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 
which has been under the supervision of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
since 1920, was transferred on September 22, 1934, to the Sandwich, Windsor 
and Amherstburg Railway Company, a local body created under the provision 
of The Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Act, 1930. The transfer 
relieved the Commission of all responsibilities in connection with the operation 
of the railway. The following report deals with the period November 1, 1933, to 
midnight, September 22, 1934. 

The adjustment of the 1933 power bill was made too late to be included 
in the 1933 report and the amount of $1,741 has been credited to 1934 operating 
expense. Similarly the 1934 adjustment has not been made at time of writing. 

Conditions in the Border Cities have improved and are reflected in the 
increased earnings for the period operated. The accompanying chart indicates 
the record of the railway for the past five years. 

The following tabulation gives comparative operating statistics for the 
past two years. 

SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND AMHERSTBURG RAILWAY 

Comparative Operating Statistics 

Fiscal year ended Nov. 1, 1933 

Oct. 31, 1933 to Sept. 22, 1934 

Gross earnings $492,795 $457,136 

Operating expenses 498,134 434,016 

Operating surplus (shortage) (5,340) 23,119 

Route-miles: — 

City lines 24.81 24.81 

Amherstburg interurban 13.54 13.54 

Tecumseh interurban • 5.34 5.34 

Total 43.69 43.69 

Car miles operated: — 

Double-truck, 2-man cars 2,823 7,501 

Interurban cars 438,297 380,853 

Single-truck safety cars 569,528 471,359 

Double-truck safety cars 1,311,334 1,207,814 

Express cars 10,944 9,626 

Service cars 12,268 10,473 

Total 2,345,194 2,087,626 

Passenger and freight car-hours 237,426 213,067 

Passengers carried 8,576,698 8,086,437 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 21.15% 21.19% 

Passenger cars operated 58 57 

Passengers carried per route-mile 196,308 171,800 

Passengers carried per car-mile 3.7 3.9 

Passengers carried per car-hour 36.4 38.2 

Average mileage per car operated 40,031 36,272 

Average passengers per car operated 147,874 141,867 

Freight tonnage carried 1,616 871 

Accidents, total 315 284 

Accidents, automobile 214 195 

Accidents, per 100,000 car miles 12.698 13.241 



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SECTION IX 



FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Relating to 

Properties Operated by The Hydro -Electric Power Commission in the 

Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay Systems 

on Behalf of Municipalities, 

and to 

Northern Ontario Properties Operated by the Commission 

on Behalf of the Province 

For a clear understanding of the financial statements relating to the 
operations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, it is essential 
to take account of the somewhat unique character of certain features of the 
Commission's organization and financial structure. 

The "Hydro" electrical undertaking of Ontario is an organization of a 
large number of partner municipalities co-ordinated into groups or systems for 
securing common action with respect to power supplies, through the medium 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission which under the Power Commission 
Act functions as their trustee. The undertaking as a whole, embracing all the 
operations from the provision of the power down to its. final delivery to the 
ultimate consumer, involves two distinct phases of operations. 

The FIRST phase of operations is the provision of the electrical power — 
either by generation or purchase — and its transformation, transmission and 
delivery in wholesale quantities to individual municipal utilities, to large 
industrial consumers, and to rural power districts. This phase of the operations 
is performed by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as trustee 
for the municipalities acting collectively in groups or "systems", and the 
financial statements relating to these collective activities of the municipalities 
are presented in this section of the Annual Report. Section IX also incorporates 
financial statements respecting the Northern Ontario properties operated by the 
Commission on behalf of the Province. 

The SECOND phase of operations is the retail distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers within the limits of the areas served by the various muni- 
cipal utilities and rural power districts. In the case of rural power districts, 
which usually embrace within their confines portions of more than one township, 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission not only provides the power at whole- 
sale, but also — on behalf of the respective individual townships — attends to all 
physical and financial operations connected with the distribution of energy at 
retail to the consumers within the rural power districts. * The financial state- 
ments relating to the rural power districts are also presented in this section of 

*For further information respecting rural power districts consult latter portion of Section 
III in this Report. 



134 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

the report. In the case of cities, towns, many villages and certain thickly popu- 
lated areas of townships, retail distribution of electrical energy provided by the 
Commission is in general conducted by individual local municipal utility com- 
missions under the general supervision of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario. The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data relating 
to such individual electrical utilities are presented in Section X of this report. 

Having the foregoing distinctions respecting wholesale and retail electrical 
service in mind, the following brief notes will assist to an understanding of the 
economic structure and of the general plan of administration of the undertaking, 
and will make clearer the financial tables herein presented. The basic principle 
governing the financial operations of the undertaking is that electrical service 
be given by the Commission to the municipalities and by the municipalities to 
the ultimate consumers at cost. 

The charges for power supplied by the Commission to the various munici- 
palities vary with the amounts of power used, the distances from the sources 
of supply and other factors. The entire capital cost of the various power 
developments and transmission systems is annually allocated to the connected 
municipalities and other wholesale power consumers, according to the relative 
use made of the lines and equipment. Each municipality assumes responsibility 
for that portion of property employed in providing and transmitting power for 
its use, together with such expenses — including the cost of purchased power if 
any — as are incidental to the provision and delivery of its wholesale power. The 
entire annual expenses — including appropriations for reserves — incurred by the 
Commission in the supply of power at wholesale are thus paid out of revenues 
collected in respect of such power, through the medium of power bills rendered 
by the Commission. The municipalities are billed at an estimated interim rate 
each month during the year and credit or debit adjustment is made at the end of 
the year,* when the Commission's books are closed and the actual cost payable 
by each municipality for power received has been determined. 

Included in the municipality's remittance to the Commission for the 
wholesale cost of power — besides such current expenses as those for operation 
and maintenance of plant, for administration, and for interest on capital — are 
sums required to build up reserves for sinking fund, for renewals, and for 
obsolescence and contingencies. The first-mentioned reserve is for the purpose 
of liquidating the capital liabilities; consequently as capital obligations are 
discharged the plant will progressively be freed from interest expense. The 
other reserves are, respectively, being created to provide funds for the replacing 
or rebuilding of plant as it wears out; to enable the undertaking to replace 
existing equipment with improved equipment as it becomes available through 
advances in science and invention, and to meet unforeseen expenses which from 
time to time may arise. 

The ultimate source of all revenue to meet costs — whether for the larger 
operations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local 
operations of the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. Out of the total 
revenue collected by each municipal utility from its consumers for service 
supplied, only an amount sufficient to pay the wholesale cost of power supplied 
by the Commission as outlined above is remitted to the Commission; the balance 

*The financial year for the Commission ends on October 31. The financial year for the 
municipal electric utilities, however, ends on December 31, and the municipal accounts are 
made up to this date, and so recorded in Section X. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 135 

of municipal electrical revenue is retained to pay for the expense incurred by 
the local utility in distributing the electrical energy to its consumers. 

The results obtained by the annual adjustments of the Commission's 
capital investment, operating expenses and fixed charges, as they affect indivi- 
dual municipalities are shown in the tables for the respective systems. For the 
purpose of financial statement, the various systems are treated as separate 
units and for each of them similar statements and details are presented. Many 
of the pages which follow, therefore, simply repeat for each system data similar 
to those which are presented for the first system dealt with in each division 
of the report, namely, the Niagara system. In order, therefore, to possess a 
ready grasp of all the figures presented in this and other similar reports of the 
Commission, all that is necessary is to have a true understanding of the financial 
procedure followed in connection with one system and with one municipal 
■ 'Hydro' ' utility. 

The accounts of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are 
verified by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. The 
accounts of the "Hydro" utility of each individual municipality are prepared 
according to approved and standard practice and the Public Utilities Act 
requires that they shall be audited by the auditors of the municipal corporation. 

Tabular Data 

The first tabular statement given in Section IX is a general balance sheet 
exhibiting the assets and liabilities of the undertaking and relates to the pro- 
perties constructed or otherwise acquired and being operated by the Commis- 
sion as trustee. 

The general balance sheet is followed by groups of statements relating in 
turn to each system of the Commission. These statements, for each system, 
are similar in character and include: — 

Operating Account for the year, showing, for the system as a whole, 
the various items of operating expense and fixed charges entering into the 
cost of power as defined by the Power Commission Act, and the revenues 
collected by the Commission from the partner municipalities and other 
consumers. 

Cost of Power statement, which shows the apportionment to each 
municipality or rural power district of the items of cost summarized in the 
Operating Account, as well as the apportionment of the capital expendi- 
tures listed in the balance sheet and the amount of power taken by each 
municipality. It should be appreciated that the cost of power given in this 
table is the wholesale cost, — that is, the cost which the Commission re- 
ceives for the power delivered from the main transformer stations serving 
the local utility or rural power district. In the case of rural power districts, 
the costs of power for the respective districts appear also in the "Rural 
Operating" statement, immediately following, as "Cost of power delivered"; 
in the case of municipal electrical utilities not directly administered by the 
Commission, the respective costs of power appear in Statement "B" of 
Section X as "Power purchased".* 

Rural Operating statement, which shows for each rural power dis- 
trict the various items of cost, and the revenues received, in connection 
with the distribution of electrical energy to consumers. 

*Consult footnote on previous page. 



136 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Credit or Charge statement, which shows the adjustments made in 
order to bring the amounts paid by each municipal electric utility to the 
actual cost of service to that municipality. These credits and charges are 
taken up and given effect to in the municipal accounts of "Hydro" utilities 
before the operating records of each year are closed. 

Reserve for Renewals, which shows the provisions made for, the 
expenditures from, and the balances to the credit of, this fund. 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, which gives similar 
information with respect to this reserve. 

Sinking Fund statement, which gives the accumulated total of the 

amounts paid by each municipality and rural power district as part of the 

cost of power together with its proportionate share of other sinking funds. 

Sinking Fund Reserve, which summarizes the provisions made with 

respect to this fund. 

All municipal "Hydro" utilities have current expenses to meet similar to 
the expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same financial procedure 
with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the creation 
of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and to provide the necessary 
reserve to protect generating, transforming, and transmission systems, the 
municipalities are taking similar action with respect to their local "Hydro" 
utility systems. 

The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data appearing in 
Section X, under the heading of "Municipal Accounts", relate to the operation 
of local distribution systems by individual municipalities which have con- 
tracted with the Commission for their supply of electrical energy. To this section 
there is an explanatory introduction to which the reader is specially referred. 
To illustrate further the foregoing explanatory comments, there is pre- 
sented herewith a typical operating statement of an Ontario municipal electrical 
utility, covering its financial operations, both as a partner in a system of The 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, and as administrator of its own local 
distribution system. 

BARRIE "HYDRO" UTILITY 

A Typical Operating Statement for the year 1934 

Revenue 

Collected from Barrie "Hydro" customers for year $107,117.62 

Expenses 

A. — Incurred by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission on be- 
half of the municipality of Barrie in connection with the supply- 
ing of its electrical energy. These data show — as determined by 
annual adjustment — what it costs the Commission to supply the 
municipality with its wholesale power. See "Cost of Power" 
statement, page 208, for the Town of Barrie as follows: 

Cost (proportionate share) of power purchased for 

Georgian Bay system from Niagara system $4,047.11 

Cost (proportionate share) of operation and main- 
tenance expense of Georgian Bay system gener- 
ating plants, transformer stations and transmis- 
sion lines together with administrative expense... 26,403.93 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 137 

Interest, including exchange, on Barrie's proportionate 
share of capital investment in generating plants, 
transformer stations and transmission lines 25,213.65 

Renewals reserve (proportionate share) provided in 
respect of generating plants, transformer stations 
and transmission lines 6,520.27 

Obsolescence and contingencies reserve (proportionate 
share) provided in respect of generating plants, 
transformer stations and transmission lines 2,102 . 82 

Sinking Fund (proportionate share) provided for re- 
payment of investment in generating plants, 
transformer stations and transmission lines 5,866 . 83 

Cost in excess of revenue from power sold to private 

companies* (proportionate share): 855.92 

$71,010.53 

B. — Incurred by the municipality of Barrie through its utility 
commission in connection with the sale of electrical energy to 
consumers. Consult the section dealing with the Municipal 
Accounts: 
Operation, maintenance and administrative expenses .... $12,907.00 

Interest on debenture debt, etc 2,574.43 

Sinking fund and principal payments on debentures 2,818 . 99 

Depreciation and other reserves 7,335.00 

$25,635.42 
Total Expenses 

Charged against revenue from customers of the Barrie system .. $96,645 . 95 
Net Surplus for the year , $ 10,471 . 67 

The municipality of Barrie was connected to the Georgian Bay system 
in April, 1913. With the close of the twenty-first year of operation, this utility's 
total assets are $398,202.57, liabilities $42,792.85, and reserves arid surplus, 
$355,409.72, as shown in the municipalities' balance sheets, in Section X, 
Statement "A". 

By reference to this municipality's balance sheet, it will be noted that the 
Barrie " Hydro" utility has created a sinking fund equity amounting to 
$82,793.94 in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission system. 

By reference to Statement "D" in Section X of this report it will be seen 
that under the low rate schedules prevailing throughout the Province, the 
rates in force in Barrie have resulted in average costst to the various classes 
of service as follows: Domestic service (with an average monthly consumption 
per consumer of 117 kilowatt-hours) 1.9 cents per kilowatt-hour; commercial 
light service 2.1 cents per kilowatt-hour. The actual rates in force are presented 
in Statement "E" and particulars of street lighting service are given in State- 
ment "C". 

*This represents the difference between the revenue received from private companies 
and other power customers operating under flat-rate contracts, and the result obtained by 
"costing" these loads on the same basis as that used in determining "costs" in respect 
of municipal contracts, including sinking fund and other reserves. 

flf proper differentiation be made by those undertaking research, between the very 
different entities of rates on the one hand and the derived quantities of average costs or re- 
venues on the other, a great deal of confusion and misrepresentation will be avoided. Consult 
introduction to Statement "D" of Section X. 



138 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

Assets 
Niagara System: 

Generating Plants: 

Queenston-Chippawa development $76,879,215.68 

Ontario Power development, including water rights. . 22,032,921 . 20 

Toronto Power development, including water rights... 11,522,014 . 50 

Chats Falls power development 6,197,129.25 

DeCew power development and steam plant, includ- 
ing water rights 11,824,824.64 

Transmission Lines: 

Right-of-way 8,450,953.70 

Steel-tower and wood-pole lines 25,975,739.58 

Transformer Stations 35,328,791.97 



$198,211,590.52 



Distribution Lines: 

Rural power districts $6,637,824.14 

Rural lines 20,057.52 

Local distribution systems 426,313.77 



7,084,195.43 

$205,295,785 . 95 



Share capital of Hamilton Street Railway Company 

carried at a value of $3,000,000.00 

Cash advances to Hamilton Street Railway Company 

to cover capital expenditures and for working capital.. 257,306 . 71 

3,257,306.71 

Radial Railways in vicinity of Hamilton in process of 

liquidation — balance expected to be recovered 88,364.98 

Balances owing under agreements covering 
sales of certain properties, plants and 
equipment : 

By City of Hamilton $1,687,500.00 

By City of Brantford $116,000.00 

Accrued interest thereon 5,800.00 

121,800.00 
By Canada Coach Lines, Limited. 525,000.00 



$2,334,300.00 
Shares (1,000) of First Preferred stock of Canada 

Coach Lines, Limited— at par— 100,000.00 



2,434,300.00 



Thunder Bay System: 

Nipigon generating plants $15,692,141.67 

Transmission lines 1,917,425.17 

Transformer stations 1,011,474.97 



$18,621,041.81 
Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts 58,568.92 



18,679,610.73 
Carried forward $229,755,368.37 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 139 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

TAKINGS 

Liabilities 
To Province of Ontario: 

Cash advances for Niagara and other systems $207,250,258.34 

Less: Repayment under provisions of Power Com- 
mission Act 19,421,015.06 

$187,829,243 .28 

Grant funds in the hands of the Commission to apply 
against rural power districts in course of construction 

or extension $33,729.78 

Less: Grants (or balances thereof) payable by the 
Province to the Commission in respect of certain 
rural power districts completed or under construction 2,701 .23 

31,028.55 

Amounts received from the Province for the purpose of 
making loans under provisions of the Rural Power 

District Loans Act $105,000.00 

Note: Loans made to October 31, 1934, $99,864.63. 
Less: Principal instalments on such loans collected 

to September 30, 1934, and repaid to the Province 35,596.21 

69,403.79 

Interest on such loans collected in month of October, 

1934, and available to be paid over to the Province 237 . 15 

69,640.94 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaran- 
teed by the Province of Ontario: 
Four per cent debentures, due 1957, issued 

in purchase of Ontario Power Company 

of Niagara Falls $8,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 80,000.00 

$8,080,000.00 

Six per cent debentures, due 1941, issued 
for the purpose of retiring the 1921 
issue of the Ontario Power Company of 

Niagara Falls $3,200,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 67,856.16 

3,267,856.16 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued in 
purchase of the Toronto Power Com- 
pany, Limited $413,200.00 

Interest accrued thereon 10,330.00 

423,530.00 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued in 
purchase of certain electrical power 
equipment of the Toronto and York 

Radial Railway $205,800.00 

Interest accrued thereon 5,145.00 

210,945.00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1939, issued 
for the purpose of retiring the 1924 issue 
of the Toronto Power Company Limited.. 4,000,000.00 
Interest accrued thereon 75,000.00 

4,075,000.00 

Carried forward $16,057,331.16 $187,929,912.77 



140 TWENTY-SEVENTH. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 
Assets 
Brought forward $229,755,368.37 

Georgian Bay System: 

Generating plants $3,768,540.81 

Transmission lines 2,585,120.36 

Transformer stations 1,156,066.78 

$7,509,727.95 
Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts $833,664.59 

Rural lines 2,807.43 

Local distribution systems 81,078.80 

917,550.82 

8,427,278.77 

Eastern Ontario System: 

Generating plants, including water rights $10,142,418.06 

Surveys and engineering re power sites: 

On St. Lawrence river $734,873.31 

On Ottawa river 94,135.20 

. 829,008.51 

Properties purchased for power sites 52,533.33 

Transmission lines 4,256,453.78 

Transformer stations 2,621,445.16 

Rural power districts $1,670,248.11 

Local distribution systems: 

Electric 109,789.99 

Gas 26,466.13 

Rural lines 90,699.12 

Pulp Mill 52,559.93 

1,949,763.28 

19,851,622.12 

Northern Ontario Properties — comprising the Nipissing, 
Wahnapitae, Abitibi-Sudbury, Patricia (Ear Falls), 
St. Josephs and Espanola Districts as follows: 

Nipissing District: 

Generating plant $1,101,715.33 

Transmission lines 173,186.88 

Transformer stations 16,457.86 

$1,291,360.07 

Rural power districts $22,751.21 

Local distribution systems 378,105.68 

400,856.89 

1,692,216.96 

Wahnapitae District: 

Properties, buildings, generating plants, equipment 

and water rights on Wanapitei river $2,506,976.10 

Transmission lines 139,015.15 

Transformer stations 45,437.06 

$2,691,428.31 

Local distribution systems 6,630.43 

■ 2,698,058.74 

Abitibi-Sudbury District: 

Abitibi Canyon generating plant (uncompleted) and 

adjacent lines $16,922,249.48 

Transmission lines (other than those included in 

item above) 2,698,768.15 

Transformer stations 501,852.42 

20,122,870.05 

Carried forward $282,547,415.01 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 141 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

TAKINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $16,057,331.16 $187,929,912.77 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario — Continued. 

Four per cent debentures, due 1958, issued in 
purchase of distribution lines in Essex 

county $200,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 3,333.34 

203,333.34 



Four per cent debentures, due 1958, issued 
in purchase of distribution lines in 

vicinity of Thorold $100,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 1,666.67 

101,666.67 



Four and three-quarter per cent debentures, 
due 1970, issued in part purchase of 
undertakings and companies from 
Dominion Power and Transmission 
Company, Limited, as at January 1, 

1930 $13,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 206,397 . 00 

13,206,397.00 



Five per cent debentures, due January 1st, 
1935, issued in part purchase of under- 
takings and companies from Dominion 
Power and Transmission Company, 

Limited, as at January 1st, 1930 $8,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 133,698.00 

8,133,698.00 



Four and one-half per cent debentures, due 
1938, issued to retire guaranteed deben- 
ture stock and other debentures $9,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 100,972.60 

$9,100,972.60 



Twenty-year redeemable debentures matur- 
ing in 1952 and bearing interest at the 
rates of 33^% in first five years, 4% in 
next five years, 5% in last ten years, 
issued in purchase of bonds of Ontario 
Power Service Corporation Limited, 
which bonds were in turn surrendered in 
the purchase of the properties and assets 

of that Company $17,626,950.00 

Interest accrued thereon 50,707.66 

17,677,657.66 

— — 64,481,056.43 

Carried forward $252,410,969.20 



142 



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No. 26 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

Assets 
Brought forward $282,547,415.01 

Northern Ontario Properties — Continued 
Patricia District: 

Ear Falls generating plant 

St. Joseph District: 

Generating plants 

Transmission lines 



$91,293.44 
50,977.16 



Espanola District: 

Transmission lines 

Manitoulin Rural Power District: 

Transformer station 

Distribution lines 



$5,098.11 
30,374.75 



Bonnechere River Storage System: 
Round Lake dam 



Service Buildings and Equipment: 

Service buildings and equipment, Toronto 

Terminal building, Hamilton 

Equipment of storehouse and garage, Hamilton. 
Pole yard and equipment, Cobourg 



Office Buildings: 

On University avenue, Toronto (including expenditures to 

date on new building) 

On corner Elm street and Centre avenue, Toronto 

Office Furniture and Equipment: 

At Toronto office 

At Electrical Inspection offices 



$510,177.00 

750,000.00 

3,666.40 

21,629.08 



$803,784.93 
160,821.95 



$56,172.14 
4,279.35 



Inventories: 

Construction and maintenance tools and equipment, 

including trucks and automobiles $752,629.04 

Construction material and sundry supplies 831,680.10 

Maintenance material and supplies 529,904.46 

Stationery and office supplies 25,169.38 



Sinking Funds: 

Employed to make repayments to the Pro- 
vince of Ontario under the terms of the 
Power Commission Act $19,421,015.06 

Employed in retirement of bonds issued or 
assumed by the Commission and guar- 
anteed by the Province of Ontario 8,792,501 .20 



$28,213,516.26 



Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario which stand: 

(a) Deposited with the Provincial Treasurer — par 

value, $2,401,000.00 $2,383,662.27 

(b) In the hands of the Commission — par value, 

$200,000.00 229,956.25 

Interest accrued thereon 34,916.68 



486,509.77 

142,270.60 
20,000.00 

35,472.86 
51,781.88 

1,285,472.48 

964,606.88 
60,451.49 



2,139,382.98 



2,648,535.20 



Carried forward $290,381,899.15 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 143 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

2 AKINGS—Cont inued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $252,410,969.20 

Bonds assumed by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario: 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1943, of 
the Ontario Power Company of Niagara 
Falls: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of 
Company by Commission, August 1, 

1917 $9,834,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 2,154,000.00 

$7,680,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 95,736.98 

$7,775,736.98 



First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1945, of 
the Ontario Transmission Company, 
Limited: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of 
Company by Commission, August 1, 

1917 $1,772,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 524,000.00 

$1,248,000.00 
Interest thereon payable November 1, 

1934 31,200.00 



Guaranteed 4}4% debenture stock, due 
1941, of the Toronto Power Company, 
Limited : 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of 
Company by Commission, December 1, 

1920 $13,558,917.81 

Less: Retired by the Commission 13,552,566.82 

$6,350.99 
Premium of 5% payable under terms of 
Trust Deed because of notice to 
retire before maturity 317.55 



1,279,200.00 



6,668.54 



First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1933, of 
the Electrical Development Company 
of Ontario, Limited: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of 
Company by the Commission, Decem- 
ber 1, 1920 $4,335,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 4,334,500.00 



500.00 
9,062,105.52 



Carried forward $261,473,074.72 



144 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

Assets 
Brought forward $290,381,899.15 

Insurance Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada — 

par value $800,000.00 $800,000.00 

(b) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — 

par value, $28,000.00 28,666.14 

(c) Invested in securities of The Temiskaming and 
Northern Ontario Railway — guaranteed by the 

Province of Ontario— par value, $50,000.00 49,256.13 

Interest accrued thereon 1,118.35 

$879,040.62 

(d) On deposit with Workmen's Compensation Board 45,848.40 

924,889.02 



Staff Pension Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — 

par value, $3,550,000.00 $3,531,068.86 

(b) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada — 

par value, $95,000.00 93,610.92 

(c) Invested in the securities of The Temiskaming and 
Northern Ontario Railway — guaranteed by the Pro- 
vince of Ontario— par value, $75,000.00 73,884.20 

Interest accrued thereon 41,331.04 



3,739,895.02 



Reserve Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — 

par value, $30,483,500.00 $30,171,282.34 

(b) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada- 

par value, $2,001,850.00 2,001,850.00 

(c) Invested in securities of the Canadian National 

Railways, guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada — 

par value, $50,000.00 52,563.53 

(d) Invested in securities of the Commission, guaranteed 

by the Province of Ontario— par value, $900,000.00 933,955 . 02 

(e) Invested in securities of The Temiskaming and 

Northern Ontario Railway, guaranteed by the 

Province of Ontario— par value, $240,000.00 207,561.83 

(f) Invested in debentures of Ontario municipalities, 

which debentures were received from certain muni- 
cipalities upon the sale thereto of their local dis- 
tribution systems— par value, $1,362,546.53 1,253,209.74 

Interest accrued thereon 425,972.50 



35,046,394.96 



Carried forward $330,093,078.15 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 145 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

TAKINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $261,473,074.72 

Other debentures assumed: 

In respect of purchase of original Muskoka 
power development: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase.. $50,595.93 
Less: Retired by the Commission 36,980.63 



$13,615.30 
Interest accrued thereon 531.41 



In respect of purchase of sundry rural lines: 

Amount assumed at dates of purchase . $69,289.85 
Less: Retired by the Commission 41,022.42 



$28,267.43 
Interest accrued thereon 693.09 



$14,146.71 



28,960.52 



Outstanding share capital of: 

Electrical Development Company of Ontario, Limited $600.00 

Galetta Electric Power and Milling Company, Limited 580.00 



Accounts payable $832,834.23 

Balance owing on purchase price of Espanola transmission line. . 18,071 . 67 

Interest coupons due but not yet presented for payment 54,131.82 



43,107.23 



1,180.00 



905,037.72 



Insurance Department: 

Employees' outstanding claims and awards for accident 

compensation $882,712.87 

Surplus 59,551.08 



942,263.95 
Reserve for Staff Pensions ' 3,747,898.58 



Carried forward $267,112,562.20 



146 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

Assets 
Brought forward $330,093,078.15 

Other bonds and shares taken over with the plant assets of 

power companies acquired — carried at a value of $22,113.00 

Interest accrued thereon 332.51 

22,445.51 



Cash: 



In banks $1,025,709.83 

In banks to pay debenture stock and bonds overdue but 

not presented 7,168.54 

In banks to pay bond interest due November 1, 1934, and 

interest coupons overdue but not presented 85,331.82 

Sinking funds on deposit with trustees for bondholders... 828.97 

In hands of employees as advances on account of expenses 67,812 .22 



1,186,851.38 



Accounts Receivable: 

Due by municipalities and sundry customers 
in respect of construction work, supply 
sales, etc $286,345.47 

Less: Reserve for disputed and doubtful 

accounts 22,363.60 

$263,981.87 

Due by Province of Ontario (various departments) in 

respect of construction work and other charges 157,803 .02 

Due by municipalities and sundry customers 

in respect of power accounts $4,110,837.38 

Less: Reserve for disputed and doubtful 

accounts 736,953.73 

3,373,883.65 

Balance (including interest) owing by Province of Ontario 
in respect of the operation of the Northern Ontario 
Properties to October 31, 1934 168,686.63 

Sinking fund and interest accounts owing in respect of 

rural lines 2,341.92 



3,966,697.09 



Balances due by Municipalities — following the annual ad- 
justment — in respect of power supplied to them up to 
October 31, 1934, in addition to the amounts charged 
to them by monthly interim bills: 

Niagara system $315,720.23 

Thunder Bay system 85,231.66 

Georgian Bay system 75,203.73 

Eastern Ontario system 52,944.94 

Manitoulin rural power district 2,947.45 

532,048.01 

Carried forward $335,801,120.14 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 147 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

TAKINGS— Cont inued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $267,112,562.20 

Balances due to Municipalities — following the annual adjust- 
ment — in respect of power supplied to them up to October 
31, 1934, in reduction of the amounts charged to them by- 
monthly interim bills: 

Niagara system $856,342.95 

Thunder Bay system 188.41 

Georgian Bay system 123,540.10 

Eastern Ontario system 234,974.99 

Nipissing rural power districts 10,175.96 

1,225,222.41 



Reserve for Sinking Fund: 



Niagara system $27,539,414.02 

Niagara rural lines 11,627.32 

Thunder Bay system 1,251,553.24 

Georgian Bay system 1,062,474.58 

Georgian Bay rural lines 930.81 

Eastern Ontario system 1,281,767.77 

Nipissing rural power districts 935.15 

Manitoulin rural power district 670.39 

Bonnechere River storage system 5,417.39 

$31,154,790.67 

Service buildings and equipment 130,786.01 

Office buildings 169,721.12 



31,455,297.80 



Reserve for Renewals: 



Niagara system 20,967,278.30 

Niagara rural lines 4,112.31 

Thunder Bay system 1,542,219.32 

Georgian Bay system 1,592,832.03 

Georgian Bay rural lines 593.99 

Eastern Ontario system 3,490,857.20 

Northern Ontario properties 615,186.49 

Nipissing rural power districts 4,792.48 

Manitoulin rural power district 3,407.35 

$28,221,279.47 

Service buildings and equipment 328,185.88 

Office buildings 122,242.62 

- % 28,671,707.97 

Carried forward $328,464,790.38 



148 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

AsSFTS 

Brought forward $335,801,120.14 

Rural Loans: 

Loans made to persons under provisions of the Rural 
Power District Loans Act in respect of purchases of, 
and installations of, electrical equipment $99,864.63 

Deduct: Instalments of principal received 36,270.27 

$63,594.36 
Interest instalments due 1.070.35 

Total amount receivable 64,664.71 



Work in progress: 

Expenditures to date on purchase and instal- 
lation and cost of equipment for water 
heaters installed in customers' premises . $481,542.10 

Water heater equipment in hands of Com- 
mission and on consignment with various 
municipalities 67,313.72 

Expenditures to date incidental to water 
heater campaign, including engineering, 
purchase and storage of equipment, ad- 
ministration, printing, advertising, etc. 96,436.39 



$645,292.21 
Less: Portions written off against 
revenue in the period of 
eighteen months to October 
31, 1934 $133,017.92 

Instalments received to October 
31, 1934, on account of cost 

of booster heaters 5,760.68 

138,778.60 



506,513.61 



Uncompleted and unallocated expenditures, 
also other deferred items chargeable in 
the periods subsequent to October 31, 
1934, to: 

(a) Capital construction $5,167.25 

(b) Operating and maintenance expenses 52,707.66 



57,874.91 

564,388.52 



Insurance unexpired 43,334.24 



Discount and premium on Debentures issued by the Commis- 
sion, less amounts written off: 

Discount on debenture issue of $3,200,000 maturing 1941 $52,002.81 

Discount on debenture issue of $4,000,000 maturing 1939 27,345.60 



$79,348.41 
Premium on debenture issue of $9,000,000 maturing 1938 27,300 . 00 



52,048.41 



Total Power Undertakings $336,525,556.02 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 149 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

TAKINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $328,464,790.38 

Reserves for Obsolescence and Contingencies: 

Niagara system $6,567,991.15 

Niagara rural lines 2,124.41 

Thunder Bay system 727,663.84 

Georgian Bay system 496,808.14 

Georgian Bay rural lines 259.32 

Eastern Ontario system 1,211,725.38 

Northern Ontario properties 253,422.39 

Nipissing rural power districts 1,790.77 

Manitoulin rural power district 1,117.89 

9,262,903.29 

Balance at credit of interest account 21,053.56 



Contingent Liabilities: 

In respect of contracts amounting to $1,122,542.56 en- 
tered into for power undertakings and office building 
in course of construction — but exclusive of substantial 
amounts of contractors' claims in respect of the 
Abitibi Canyon development and lines, the liability 
under which had not, at October 31, 1934, been 
determined. 



Total Power Undertakings $337,748,747.23 



150 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 

Brought forward $336,525,556.02 

Guelph Radial Railway: 

Road and equipment $444,372.73 

Materials and supplies 6,099.65 

Reserve funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Province 

of Ontario— par value, $25,000.00 $22,571.96 

(b) Invested in securities of the Dom- 

inion of Canada — par value, 

$25,000.00 24,801.17 

Interest accrued thereon 1,058.95 

48,432.08 

Cash: 

In bank at Guelph $1,473.05 

In hands of employees as advances on 

account of expenses 900.00 

2,373.05 

Accounts receivable, less reserve for doubtful accounts... 944.71 

Insurance and expenses prepaid 1,006.13 

Due by the City of Guelph : 

Operating deficit for the year ending October 31, 1934 

—as per Operating Account 32,607.39 

535,835.74 



Carried forward $337,061,391.76 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 151 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

UNDERTAKINGS 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $337,748,747.23 

In respect of the Guelph Radial Railway: 

City of Guelph — purchase price of the Rail- 
way payable thereto, in half-yearly 
instalments according to purchase 

agreement $150,000.00 

Less : Twenty-seven instalments thereon 90,586 . 70 

$59,413.30 



Debentures issued by the Commission and 
guaranteed by the Province: 
Five per cent debentures due 1970, 
issued to retire $300,000.00 of de- 
bentures which matured in 1931 
and which had been issued for the 
purpose of making extensions and 

betterments to the railway $300,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 7,500.00 



307,500.00 



Instalments of principal and interest pay- 
able to the City of Guelph, May 1, and 
November 1, 1934, under the terms of 
the purchase agreement 11,700.00 

Accounts payable and accrued charges $196.59 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 1,300.00 

1,496.59 



Premium on sale of debentures — less portion written off .... 21,003 . 64 . 

Reserve — created by payment of instalments on the pur- 
chase price out of the revenue of the road and assess- 
ments against the City of Guelph 90,586.70 

Reserve for sinking fund 11,637.86 

Reserve for renewal of road and equipment 32,497.65 

535,835.74 



In respect of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway: 
The Commission having — on the advice of its Solicitors 
— decided that the bonds of $5,816,205, issued by it 
between 1920 and 1926 (and guaranteed by the Province 
of Ontario), under the provisions of the Hydro-Electric 
Railway Act, in purchase of the Sandwich, Windsor and 
Amherstburg Railway and to make extensions and better-- 
ments thereto, ceased to be a liability of the Commission 
upon the passing of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherst- 
burg Railway Act in 1930 and upon the transfer of the 
Railway to the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg 
Railway Company in 1931, such bonds have not been 
extended as a liability in this Balance Sheet. 



Carried forward $338,284,582.97 



152 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 

Assets 
Brought forward $337,061,391.76 

Torontojind York Radial Railway: 

City of Toronto debentures held as collateral security 
for the repayment of the Hydro Radial debentures 
issued in purchase of the Toronto and York Radial 
Railway — as per agreement covering the transfer 
(in January, 1927) of the railway to the City of 
Toronto $2,375,000.00 

City of Toronto— interest accrued on $2,375,000^00 de- 
bentures issued by the Commission in purchase of 
the Toronto and York Radial Railway 59,375.00 

2,434,375.00 

Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes, less 

rental revenue) down to October 31. 1934 $73,604.22 

Construction materials purchased, less amount realized 

on sale thereof 117,510.09 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and 

interest 429,582.54 

620,696.85 

Toronto to Port Credit Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes, less 
rental revenue) down to October 31, 1934 — less 
amounts realized on properties sold $498,409.58 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and 

interest 604,084.78 

1,102,494.36 

Total $341,218,957.97 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 153 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1934 

UNDERTAKINGS— Continued. 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $338,284,582.97 

In respect of Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by 
the Province of Ontario: 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued in pur- 
chase of the Metropolitan, Scarboro and 
Mimico Radial Railway divisions $2,375,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 59,375.00 

2,434,375.00 

In respect of the Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Bank of Montreal— advances 500,000.00 

(Secured by hypothecation of $1,200,000. Hydro 
Radial debentures, being part of an issue of 
$11,360,363 guaranteed by the Province of 
Ontario.) 



Total $341,218,957.97 



154 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NIAGARA 

Operating Account for the 

Costs of operation as provided under the terms of the 
Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $6,872,793.14 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of 
this system : 

Generation and transmission equipment $4,292,313.92 

Rural power districts 529,535.07 

4,821,848.99 

Interest (including exchange thereon) on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $9,836,248.24 

Rural power districts 301,774.53 

10,138,022.77 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation and transmission equipment '. $1,368,136.58 

Rural power districts 259,028.24 

1,627,164.82 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Rural power districts $ 129,514.12 

129,514.12 

Provision for sinking funds for repayment of the cash advances 
by the Province of Ontario to the Commission and for 
the retirement of the bonds issued by and assumed by 
the Commission: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $1,454,491.20 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power and local distribution systems 463,860.08 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power 

within rural power districts 68,856.46 

1,987,207.74 

Total costs of operation $25,576,551.58 

Deduct: 

Cost to the Commission (including provisions for sinking 
fund $463,860.08 and renewals $305,620.76) of power 
delivered to private companies and customers under 
flat rate contracts, in excess of the revenue received 
from them — which excess has been charged against the 
contingency reserve of the system $1,348,697.11 

Amount appropriated from the contingency reserve of the 
system and applied proportionately to each munici- 
pality in reduction of the costs of operation 1,521,131.25 

2,869,828.36 

$22,706,723.22 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 155 

SYSTEM 

Year Ending October 31, 1934 

Revenue for period 

Amounts received from (or billed against) each municipality by 

the Commission $15,742,616.49 

Power sold to private companies and customers, also miscellan- 
eous revenue 4,644,928.05 

Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in rural 

power districts 2,080,385.53 

Power supplied at cost to Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg 
Railway Company and Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore Radial 

Railway Association 75,850.56 

$22,543,780 . 63 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums received (or billed) at interim 
monthly rates and the amounts charged — following 
annual adjustment — in respect of power supplied in the 
year $ 198,002.18 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural 
power districts, being the difference between the sums 
received from (or billed against) customers therein 
and the amounts charged to such districts — following 
annual adjustment — in respect of power supplied in 

the year 84,014.77 

282,016.95 

$22,825,797.58 

Deduct: 

Amounts received from (or billed against) certain munici- 
palities at interim monthly rates in excess of the 
amounts charged— following annual adjustment — in 
respect of power supplied in the year $ 74,895.33 

Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in 
certain rural power districts in excess of the amounts 
charged to such districts — following annual adjustment 

— in respect of power supplied in the year 44,179.03 

119,074.36 

Revenue $22,706,723.22 



$22,706,723.22 



156 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission ; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 


Operating, 


power 


main- 


pur- 


tenance 


chased 


and 




adminis- 




trative 




expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Acton 

Agin court 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg.. 

An caster twp.. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beach ville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford twp 
Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville... 
Caledonia 

Campbellville.. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dash wood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 



$ c. 
33.00 
40.00 
48.00 
90.00 
38.00 

30.00 
75.00 
35.00 
34.00 
32.00 

33.00 
38.00 
39.00 
58.00 
44.00 

45.00 
30.00 
27.00 
30.00 
36.00 

65.00 
54.00 
35.00 
50.00 
29.00 

60.00 
48.00 
30.00 
25.00 
59.00 

38.00 
50.00 
44.00 
72.00 
50.00 

38.00 
38.00 
58.00 
45.00 
45.00 



$ c. 
33.00 
40.00 
51.00 
90.00 
38.00 

32.00 
75.00 
36.00 
35.00 
33.00 

33.00 
40.00 
39.00 
56.00 
44.00 

47.00 
31.50 
27.00 
32.00 
36.00 

65.00 
54.00 
35.00 
55.00 
32.00 

60.00 
48.00 
31.00 
25.00 
60.00 

39.00 
50.00 
44.00 
75.00 
53.00 

38.00 
42.00 
60.00 
45.00 
43.00 



$ c. 

285,745.45 
48,713.91 
34,357.03 
60,476.87 

189,187.50 

62,134.66 

30,662.48 

136,895.58 

47,612.52 

74,288.21 

106,663.13 
39,093.54 

113,600.97 
40,026.21 
44,371.93 

35,676.38 

515,790.86 

2,981,558.72 

141,116.61 

29,797.22 

36,614.71 
47,156.23 
39,845.77 
13,891.17 
70,914.94 

12,243.83 

44,853.56 

1,097,311.58 

47,255.26 

28,444.77 

141,406.35 
55,570.32 
21,136.03 
21,988.47 
16,541.11 

10,915.62 
26,621.54 
43,035.53 
97,404.03 
19,361.53! 



989.6 

138.9 

84.9 

74.9 

596.2 

231.5 
49.3 
455.9 
168.1 
262.0 

379.1 
120.1 
353.4 
88.3 
124.9 

99.0 

2,023.7 

12,608.9 

567.8 

95.5 

67.5 
109.9 
139.2 

31.0 
260.7 

25.4 

100.3 

4,109.0 

225.8 
56.5 

436.3 

141.2 

56.1 

37.4 

38.3 

39.4 
78.5 
86.7 
273.9 
57.3 



$ c. 

8,310.48 

. 1,166.46 

712.98 

629.00 

5,006.78 

1,944.10 
414.01 
3,828.57 
1,411.67 
2,200.23 

3,183.61 

1,008.58 

2,967.79 

741.53 

1,048.89 

831.38 
16,994.67 

105,887.29 

4,768.28 

801.99 

566.85 
922.92 

1,168.98 
260.33 

2,189.31 

213.30 

842.30 

34,506.65 

1,896.23 

474.48 



3,663.97 

1,185.77 
471.12 
314.08 
321.64 



330.87 
659.23 
728.09 
2,300.16 
481.20 



$ c. 
6,652.01 
1,316.13 
1,653.07 
2,315.81 
5,183.54 

1,678.06 
1,419.31 
3,950.14 
1,627.57 
1,832.88 

2,993.98 
1,265.27 
3,791.85 
1,429.31 
1,749.25 

1,602.48 

15,218.66 

65,925.75 

4,971.83 

1,014.18 

1,499.20 
1,621.42 
1,049.05 
749.84 
1,739.23 

713.69 

1,503.10 

28,236.13 

1,399.78 

880.41 

4,230.80 

2,156.38 

832.38 

879.96 

672.85 

663.45 
1,143.22 
1,493.43 
3,266.40 

865.90 



$ c. 
13,973.89 
2,356.39 
1,595.72 
2,799.45 
9,162.70 



3,049 
1,445 
6,626 
2,314 
3,572 



5,156.32 
1,893.59 
5,467.78 
1,905.72 
2,099.61 

1,676.63 

25,272.55 

146,714.09 

6,990.07 

1,434.79 

1,713.52 
2,243.81 
1,931.98 
652.25 
3,458.66 

538.63 

2,142.36 

53,411.36 

2,349.10 

1,348.62 

6,802.36 
2,636.70 
1,020.37 
1,033.27 
765.96 

533.37 

1,281.78 

2,031.24 

4,660.52 

925.99 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



157 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 

2,407.54 
437.92 
348.21 
758.25 

1,654.40 

495.24 
362.98 
1,179.67 
393.99 
614.60 

877.68 

348.02 

1,015.39 

430.29 

422.77 

342.25 

3,877.66 

22,326.55 

1,037.29 

258.04 

416.82 
495.62 
333.14 
149.30 
571.78 

120.03 
483.62 
8,451.54 
295.46 
317.84 

1,280.28 
558.46 
205.71 
256.49 
173.36 

88.41 
249.02 
478.53 
927.39 

180.68 



$ c. 

2,777.51 
480.46 
338.37 
617.79 

1,852.85 

600.03 
311.13 
1,332.68 
461.59 
720.98 

1,034.55 
383.58 

1,113.65 
400.85 
436.29 

352.54 

4,958.53 

28,621.10 

1,353.18 

286.66 

369.74 
470 . 86 
387.06 
139.01 
685.60 

112.31 
448.78 
10,594.68 
444.84 
286.32 

1,387.06 
552.16 
209.46 
222.79 
164.07 

105.67 
261.68 
432.89 
961.67 
189.89 



$ c. 

34,121.43 
5,757.36 
4,648.35 
7,120.30 

22,860.27 

7,767.02 
3,952.93 
16,917.98 
6,209.30 
8,941.17 

13,246.14 
4,899.04 

14,356.46 
4,907.70 
5,756.81 

4,805.28 

66,322.07 

369,474.78 

19,120.65 

3,795.66 

4,566.13 
5,754.63 
4,870.21 
1,950.73 

8,644.58 

1,697.96 
5,420.16 
135,200.36 
6,385.41 
3,307.67 

17,364.47 

7,089.47 
2,739.04 
2,706.59 

2,097.88 

1,721.77 
3,594.93 
5,164.18 
12,116.14 
2,643.66 



$ c 
2,474.00 
347.25 
212.25 
187.25 
1,490.50 

578.75 
123.25 
1,139.75 
420.25 
655.00 

947.75 
300.25 
883.50 
220.75 
312.25 

247.50 

5,059.25 

31,522.25 

1,419.50 

238.75 

168.75 

274.75 

348.00 

77.50 

651.75 

63.50 

250.75 

10,272.50 

564.50 

141.25 

1,090.75 

353.00 

140.25 

93.50 

95.75 

98.50 
196.25 
216.75 

684.75 
143.25 



31,647.43 
5,410.11 
4,436.10 
6,933.05 

21,369.77 

7,188.27 

3,829.68 

15,778.23 

5,789.05 

8,286.17 

12,298.39 
4,598.79 

13,472.96 
4,686.95 
5,444.56 

4,557.78 

61,262.82 

337,952.53 

17,701.15 

3,556.91 

4,397.38 
5,479.88 
4,522.21 
1,873.23 
7,992.83 

1,634.46 
5,169.41 
124,927.86 
5,820.91 
3,166.42 



16,273 
6,736 
2,598, 
2,613 
2,002 



1,623.27 
3,398.68 
4,947.43 
11,431.39 
2,500.41 



$ c. 

32,656.23 
5,554.95 
4,287.41 
6,741.00 

22,654.61 

7,316.23 

3,699.97 

16,320.02 

5,854.98 
8,604.28 

12,509.74 
4,762.12 

13,781.66 
4,980.42 
5,497.03 

4,61-5.57 

63,259.43 

331,861.76 

17,966.70 

3,436.44 

4,385.29 
5,936.85 
4,872.83 
1,672.44 
8,201.11 

1,522.50 
4,814.80 
126,572.47 
5,645.13 
3,381.80 

16,455.84 
7,060.38 
2,466.53 
2,783.52 
2,007.05 

1,495.90 
3,237.50 
5,168.44 
12,327.26 
2,483.661 



$ c. 

1,008.80 

144.84 



1,284.84 
127.96 



541.79 

65.93 

318.11 

211.35 
163.33 
308.70 
293.47 
52.47 

57^79 
1,996.61 



265.55 



456.97 
350.62 



208.28 



1,644.61 



215.38 

182.12 
323.91 



170.43 
4.92 



221.01 

895.87 



148.69 
192.05 



129.71 



6,090.77 



120.47 
12.09 



200.79 



111.96 
354.61 



175.78 



132.26 



127.37 
161.18 



16.75 



158 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 


Operating, 


power 


main- 


pur- 


tenance 


chased 


and 




adminis- 




trative 




expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East Windsor. 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 



Essex 

Etobicoke twp. 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 



Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 



Grant on 

Guelph 

Hagersville. 
Hamilton... 
Harriston... 



Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone. 



Ingersoll... 

Jarvis 

Kings ville. 
Kitchener. 
Lambeth.. 



LaSalle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Railway 
Commission 



$ c. 
58.00 
25.00 
34.00 
38.00 
31.00 

34.00 
35.00 
48.00 
56.00 
70.00 

35.00 
28.00 
38.00 
35.00 
36.00 

48.00 
27.00 
35.00 
58.00 
42.00 

50.00 
28.00 
31.00 
24.50 
44.00 

38.00 
50.00 
29.00 
48.00 
28.00 

28.00 
38.00 
38.00 
27.00 
42.00 

35.00 
37.00 
37.00 
26.00 



$ c. 
59.00 
27.00 
32.00 
38.00 
32.00 

36.00 
36.00 
48.00 
56.00 
70.00 

36.00 
28.00 
39.00 
36.00 
36.00 

48.00 
27.00 
37.00 
58.00 
43.00 

53.00 
28.00 
33.00 
24.50 
44.00 

39.00 
52.00 
29.00 
47.00 
29.00 

29.00 
40.00 
38.00 
27.00 
42.00 

35.00 
37.00 
37.00 
26.00 



17,083.98 
335,925.68 
219,634.41 

58,833.95 
717,207.95 

183,794.29 

84,507.93 

32,831.81 

32,064.06 

6,604.73 

110,638.41 
864,412.73 
132,725.68 
229,768.99 
29,608.30 

122,892.76 

1,370,716.63 

321,218.31 

75,947.20 

366,138.87 

23,801.35 

1,913,873.18 

182,369.67 

19,325,788.79 

102,039.45 

108,075.43 
61,339.37 

416,688.18 
24,478.14 
83,807.22 

507,927.34 
52,742.92 

141,675.03 

3,843,652.87 

34,078.56 

53,604.42 

363,516.65 

254,025.98 

6,963,438.63 

289,154.08 



34.5 

1,407.6 
777.8 
203.9 

2,499.0 

596.3 

265.3 

92.9 

74.0 

13.2 



347.8 
3,518.9 
398.9 
738.0 
117.5 



316 
5,544 
1,011 

159 
1,005 



59.3 

7,802.0 

594.2 

86,484.8 

282.6 

323.0 

139.0 

1,675.6 

65.9 

330.7 

1,925.0 

137.1 

420.1 

15,642.9 

104.7 

172.8 

1,079.8 

828.4 

29,055.4 

944.4 



289 

11,820 

6,531 

1,712 



20,986.16 

5,007.62 

2,227.94 

780.16 

621.44 

110.85 

2,920.76 

29,551.09 

3,349.89 

6,197.59 

986.74 

2,661.27 
46,565.08 
8,496.92 
1,335.25 
8,440.65 

497.99 

65,519.80 

4,989.99 

726,283.92 

2,373.22 

2,712.50 

1,167.30 

14,071.39 

553.42 

2,777.16 

16,165.81 

1,151.34 

3,527.92 

131,366.28 

879.25 

1,451.14 

9,067.97 

6,956.76 

244,002.07 

7,930.90 



$ c. 

883.69 

6,610.05 

4,867.23 

2,297.77 

17,690.87 



5,795 

2,852 

1,187 

1,271 

447 



2,834.13 
19,317.45 
4,664.56 
6,752.66 
1,089.84 

4,539.08 

33,396.81 

7,709.09 

2,892.76 

10,906.28 

1,372.38 

44,076.19 

3,574.67 

384,636.12 

3,221.29 

3,026.69 

2,229.40 

10,483.75 

937.67 

1,856.08 

12,595.93 
1,439.83 
4,201.61 

79,601.82 
1,427.44 

1,790.17 

10,211.68 

7,687.53 

149,632.89 

10,098.58 



$ c. 

802.24 

16,409.63 

10,724.03 

2,851.73 

34,846.37 

8,790.25 
4,022.94 
1,565.42 
1,536.42 
313.48 

5,360.49 
42,884.96 

6,330.42 
11,168.09 

1,468.17 

5,887.14 
66,911.19 
15,500.15 

3,598.52 
17,473.07 

1,121.37 
93,923.61 

8,718.84 

966,168.06 

4,875.95 

5,245.55 
2,899.28 
20,573.82 
1,159.34 
4,140.76 

24,732.41 
2,522.00 
6,831.34 

188,815.72 
1,644.92 

2,605.74 

17,629.10 

12,306.36 

342,620.25 

13,763.97 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c 

189.82 

2,382.49 

1,865.01 

493.06 

5,797.34 

1,619.65 

763.12 

314.59 

336.83 

73.37 

969.22 
6,192.63 
1,212.14 
2,044.50 

228.55 

1,221.57 

10,009.56 

2.897.96 

829.54 

3,555.38 

241.50 

13,897.20 

1,614.42 

128,445.31 

986.05 



980.04 
648.83 
3,061.90 
238.78 
642.81 



3,951.16 

532.12 

1,291.31 

27,814.84 

311.02 

461.06 
3,308.63 
2,213.85 

48,895.64 

2,532.25 



$ c. 

171.83 
3,207.22 
2,131.00 

571.79 
6,968.33 

1,795. 

827.20 

323.36 

320.35 

66.46 

1,083.76 
8,279.38 
1,292.35 
2,246.10 
284.32 

1,219.87 

13,137.83 

3,146.06 

762.58 

3,620.60 

235.14 

18,330.42 

1,781.02 

183,309.25 

1,008.47 

1,062.57 
609.23 

3,996.15 
242.36 
804.84 

4,898.55 
522.94 

1,393.68 

36,814.94 

334.21 

524.07 
3,574.88 
2,481.33 

66,488.78 

2,822.81 



$ 


c. 


2,337 


.30 


40,430 


.16 


26,119 


.10 


7,926 


.67 


86,289 


.07 


23,008 


.66 


10,693 


.63 


4,170 


99 


4,086 


.36 


1,011 


42 


13,168 


36 


106,225 


51 


16,849 


36 


28,408 


94 


4,057 


62 


15,528 


93 


170,020.47 


37,750 


18 


9,418 


65 


43,995 


98 


3,468 


38 


235,747 


22 


20,678 


94 


2,388,842 


66 


12,464 


98 


13,027 


35 


7,554 


04 


52,187 


01 


3,131 


57 


10,221 


65 


62,343 


86 


6,168.23 


17,245. 


86 


464,413. 


60 


4,596. 


84 


6,832. 


18 


43,792. 


26 


31,645. 


83 


851,639. 


63 


37,148. 


51 



$ c. 

86.25 

3,519.00 

1,944.50 

509.75 
6,247.50 

1,490.75 

663.25 

232.25 

185.00 

33.00 

869.50 
8,797.25 

997.25 
1,845.00 

293.75 

792.25 

13,862.25 

2,529.50 

397.50 

2,512.75 

148.25 

19,505.00 

1,485.50 

216,212.00 

706.50 

807.50 

347.50 

4,189.00 

164.75 

826.75 

4,812.50 
342.75 

1,050.25 

39,107.25 

261.75 

432.00 

2,699.50 

2,071.00 

72,638.50 

2,361.00 



$ c. 

2,251.05 
36,911.16 
24,174.60 

7,416.92 
80,041.57 

21,517.91 

10,030.38 

3,938.74 

3,901.36 

978.42 

12,298.86 
97,428.26 
15,852.11 
26,563.94 
3,763.87 

14,736.68 

156,158.22 

35,220.68 

9,021.15 

41,483.23 

3,320.13 

216,242.22 

19,193.44 

2,172,630.66 

11,758.48 

12,219.85 
7,206.54 

47,998.01 
2,966.82 
9,394.90 

57,531.36 

5,825.48 

16,195.61 

425,306.35 

4,335.09 

6,400.18 

41,092.76 

29,574.83 

779,001.13 

34,787.51 



$ c. 

2,031.33 
37,516.95 
25,186.19 

7,749.11 
79,529.28 

21,288.74 

9,500.36 

4,459.60 

4,142.11 

925.71 

12,457.99 
98,528.71 
15,495.06 
26,445.06 
4,229.40 

15,209.60 

149,7.13.47 

37,094.36 

9,222.92 

41,795.07 

3,104.75 

218,455.84 

19,462.75 

2,118,878.73 

12,435.93 

12,547.15 
7,176.10 

48,591.83 
3,107.11 
9,529.68 

55,481.15 
5,433.76 

15,963.32 

422,356.91 

4,398.10 

6,047.92 

39,951.28 

30,649.03 

755,439.07 

27,931.72 



605.79 

1,011.59 

332.19 



520.86 
240.75 



159.13 
1.100.45 



465.53 
472.92 



1,873.68 
201.77 
311.84 



2,213.62 
269.31 



677.45 
327.30 



593.82 
140.29 
134.78 



63.01 



1,074.20 



$ c. 
219.72 



512.29 

229.17 
530.02 



52.71 



357.05 

118.88 



6,444.75 



215.38 



53,751.93 



30.44 



2,050.21 
391.72 
232.29 

2,949.44 



352.26 
1,141.48 



23,562.06 
6,855.79 



160 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



London twp 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg.. 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the- 

Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward .. 
Port Colborne .. 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie.. 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill.. 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 



$ c. 
34.00 
30.00 
37.00 
40.00 
43.00 

45.00 
23.00 
34.00 
35.00 
26.00 

33.00 
61.00 
42.00 
54.00 
35.00 

30.00 
19.00 

27.00 
34.00 
45.00 

45.00 
40.00 
28.00 
62.00 
40.00 

55.00 
40.00 
29.00 
33.00 
30.00 

40.00 
62.00 
40.00 
27.00 
50.00 

29.00 
36.00 
38.00 
33.00 
42.00 



$ c. 
34.00 
30.00 
38.00 
40.00 
43.00 

48.00 
23.00 
35.00 
36.00 
26.00 

33.00 
65.00 
42.00 
54.00 
35.00 

30.00 
19.00 

27.00 
35.00 
44.00 

46.00 
40.00 
28.00 
62.00 
40 . 00 

55.00 
40.00 
29.00 
34.00 
30.00 

40.00 
62.00 
40.00 
27.00 
50.00 

29.00 
35.00 
38.00 
34.00 
42.00 



$ c. 
99,056.72 
177,644.71 
40,222.19 
25,868.73 
70,735.17 



27,970.44 
665,306.67 
187,610.19 

76,280.13 



485,194.07 

124,704.89 
19,639.29 
28,361.28 
17,760.22 

125,396.16 

1,300,325.87 
1,600,184.56 

105,041.66 
94,269.72 
63,246.88 

29,924.53 
136,120.10 
281,393.75 

66,592.63 

283,889.25 

24,299.95 
200,963.43 
314,194.66 
151,954.11 
130,036.92 

94,899.43 

28,791.84 

124,378.23 

558,641.43 

38,284.15 

19,818.16 

86,708.63 

128,078.19 

326,335.77 

31,630.64 



354.0 

687.4 

134.8 

83.0 

227.4 



71 

3,288 

642 

243 

2,075 



439.0 
37.3 
94.0 
41.2 

412.9 



5,010.3 
8,562.2 

498.0 
313.4 
170.9 



78, 

419 

1,129 

125 

842 



55.8 

692.7 

1,239.8 

556.4 

530.0 

289.7 
57.8 



384. 

2,296, 

100, 



87.7 

295.4 

403.3 

1,059.1 

88.5 



$ c. 
2,972.83 
5,772.66 
1,132.03 

697.02 
1,909.66 

602.12 

27,615.40 

5,392.24 

2,046.55 

17,432.20 

3,686.64 
313.24 
789.40 
345.99 

3,467.46 

42,075.61 
71,903.83 

4,182.12 
2,631.88 
1,435.19 

660.91 
3,525.41 
9,485.34 
1,052.25 
7,071.80 

468.60 

5,817.17 

10,411.62 

4,672.55 

4,450.85 

2,432.85 
485.39 

3,227.28 

19,285.60 

843.14 

736.49 

2,480.72 

3,386.84 

8,894.13 

743.21 



$ c. 
3,312.33 
3,955.29 
1,805.14 

904.15 
3,385.92 

1,003.99 

14,970.58 

6,419.52 

2,079.46 

10,404.49 

4,175.66 
794.14 

1,421.04 
677.31 

3,261.54 

28,267.45 
29,813.85 

2,816.61 
3,164.92 
2,106.64 

1,267.44 
4,290.45 
7,023.89 
2,747.60 
8,800.01 



1,042 
8,248 
6,863 
4,848 
3,962 



2,646.91 
1,079.11 
3,724.50 
13,665.86 
1,616.91 

635.40 
2,624.80 
4,361.73 
7,057.92 

835.41 



$ c. 
4,849.12 
8,857.11 
1,905.43 
1,224.22 
3,433.52 

1,318.04 

33,715.59 

8,874.95 

3,593.51 

24,030.24 

6,042.15 
911.38 

1,378.73 
845.93 

6,022.89 

63,622.85 
80,515.02 

5,256.90 
4,532.03 
2,999.03 

1,431.68 

6,556.54 

13,719.78 

3,113.54 

13,587.78 

1,143.27 
9,813.68 
15,443.48 
7,454.02 
6,433.39 

4,594.04 
1,357.66 
5,888.33 
27,132.87 
1,835.59 

981.33 

4,248.97 

6,174.22 

15,864.54 

1,509.38 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



161 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and prop3rtionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
799.47 
1,341.58 
340.67 
231.42 
580.53 

279.88 
3,890.32 
1,576.22 

674.55 
3,282.17 

1,024.45 
219.41 
245.71 
186.15 

1,093.45 

9,861.56 
8,326.79 

665.84 
816.64 
613.34 

298.89 
1,232.79 
2,073.05 

752.31 
2,605.70 

257.67 
1,654.80 
2,409.90 
1,218.31 

969.45 

873.11 

319.41 

1,098.58 

4,009.66 

382.01 

137.06 

677.82 

1,135.30 

2,792.75 

306.51 



$ c. 
953.04 
1,709.89 
388.33 
252.94 
690.85 

277.79 
6,236.01 
1,816.00 

746.30 
4,623.77 

1,210.57 
195.74 
276.52 
177.38 

1,223.84 

12,521.22 
14,849.20 

991.06 
919.18 
625.97 

296.65 
1,335.26 
2,698.59 

666.66 
2,792.24 

242.25 
1,953.96 
3,017.38 
1,470.09 
1,245.36 

931.71 

287.79 

1,196.49 

5,345.81 

378.63 

188.42 

843.90 

1,254.43 

3,188.86 

312.40 



12,886.79 

21,636.53 

5,571.60 

3,309.75 

10,000.48 

3,481.82 
86,427.90 
24,078.93 

9,140.37 

59,772.87 

16,139.47 
2,433.91 
4,111.40 
2,232.76 

15,069.18 

156,348.69 
205,408.69 

13,912.53 
12,064.65 

7,780.17 

3,955.57 
16,940.45 
35,000.65 

8,332.36 
34,857.53 

3,154.23 

27,488.21 
38,145.87 
19,663.59 
17,061.19 

11,478.62 

3,529.36 

15,135.18 

69,439.80 

5,056.28 

2,678.70 
10,876.21 
16,312.52 
37,798.20 

3,706.91 



$ c. 
885.00 
1,718.50 
337.00 
207.50 
568.50 

179.25 
8,221.00 
1,605.25 

609.25 
5,189.50 

1,097.50 

93.25 

235.00 

103.00 

1,032.25 

12,525.75 
21,405.50 

1,245.00 
783.50 
427.25 

196.75 
1,049.50 
2,823.75 

313.25 
2,105.25 

139.50 
1,731.75 
3,099.50 
1,391.00 
1,325.00 

724.25 
144 . 50 
960.75 
5,741.25 
251.00 

219.25 

738.50 

1,008.25 

2,647.75 

221.25 



$ c. 

12,001.79 

19,918.03 

5,234.60 

3,102.25 

9,431.98 

3,302.57 
78,206.90 
22,473.68 

8,531.12 
54,583.37 

15,041.97 
2,340.66 
3,876.40 
2,129.76 

14,036.93 



143,822.94 
184,003.19 

12,667.53 

11,281.15 

7,352.92 

3,758.82 
15,890.95 
32,176.90 

8,019.11 

32,752.28 

3,014.73 
25,756.46 
35,046.37 
18,272.59 
15,736.19 

10,754.37 

3,384.86 

14,174.43 

63,698.55 

4,805.28 

2,459.45 
10,137.71 
15,304.27 
35,150.45 

3,485.66 



$ c. 

12,036.53 

20,621.00 

5,099.70 

3,319.30 

9,778.17 

3,400.49 
75,632.21 
22,359.86 

8,727.94 
53,971.20 

14,486.25 
2,396.71 
3,948.70 
2,227.05 

14,451.49 

150,308.00 
162,682.45 

13,447.09 

10,917.30 

7,549.90 

3,606.35 
16,792.59 
31,625.46 

7,770.60 
34,622.09 

3,066.21 
27,706.63 
35,955.36 
18,811.56 
15,900.75 

11,586.30 

3,586.14 

15,371.97 

62,004.78 

5,020.78 



2,542 
10,393 
15,324 
35,814 

3,716 



$ c. 

34.74 

702.97 



217.05 
346.19 

97.92 



196.82 



56.05 

72.30 

97.29 

414.56 

6,485.06 



779 


56 


196 


98 


901 


64 





1,869.81 

51.48 

1,950.17 

908.99 

538.97 

164.56 

831.93 

201.28 

1,197.54 



215.50 

83.09 
255.90 

20.33 
663.99 
230.99 



$ c. 



134.90 



2,574.69 
113.82 



612.17 
555.72 



21,320.74 



363.85 



152.47 



551.44 
248.51 



1,693.77 



6— H. E. 



162 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Rodney 

St. Catharines. 
St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp.... 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford twp.. 
Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thames ville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto twp... 
Walker ville 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

"Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 



$ c. 
45.00 
23.00 
38.00 
42.00 
32.00 

34.00 
28.00 
32.00 
34.00 
32.00 

35.00 
31.00 

48.00 
21.00 
46.00 

30.00 
34.00 
55.00 
37.00 
37.00 

40.00 
42.00 
72.00 
65.00 
25.00 

38.00 
33.00 
26.10 
32.00 
28.00 

36.00 
62.00 
32.00 
32.00 
27.00 

55.00 
24.00 
50.00 
40.00 
27.00 



$ c. 

48.00 
23.00 
40.00 
42.00 
34.00 

36.00 
28.00 
32.00 
34.00 
32.00 

35.00 
31.00 

50.00 
21.00 
46.00 

30.00 
34.00 
55.00 
37.00 
38.00 

40.00 
41.00 
68.00 
65.00 
25.00 

38.00 
33.00 
26.10 
32.00 
28.00 

37.00 
62.00 
32.00 
32.00 
27.00 

55.00 
24.00 
50.00 
40.00 
27.00 



$ c. 
46,855.77 
1,752,960.89 
20,303.43 
45,288.28 
43,085.22 



368,601 
1,448,690 

813,438 
2,129,661 

779,953 



132,142.70 
395,604.16 

25,553.52 
319,374.69 

72,204.86 

1,673,977.90 

255,617.72 
74,691.01 

144,722.26 
87,835.99 

53,549.16 

50,517.09 

39,915.08 

20,151.96 

390,474.83 

138,940.76 

239,854.46 

62,265,661.85 

435,727.83 

1,991,001.92 

544,170.69 
14,856.55 

58,467.77 
103,794.92 
738,778.84 

78,790.40 

859,347.50 

41,084.40 

31,359.63 

659,403.53 



117 ..5 

8,621.9 

58.9 

141.9 

152.6 

1,304.3 
5,963.2 

2,718.7 
7,250.7 
2,724.5 

435.3 

1,504.7 

57.3 

1,695.8 

182.7 



6,490 
913 
170 
481 
264 



168.1 

162.4 

74.6 

38.8 

1,794.6 



430. 

820. 

254,386. 

1,656. 

7,388. 



1,706.4 

31.0 

210.7 

377.0 

2,965.3 

183:9 

3,906.2 

97.3 

96.1 

2,755.8 



$ c. 

986.74 
72,405.18 

494.63 
1,191.65 
1,281.51 

10,953.28 

50,077.89 
22,831.16 
60,890.08 
22,879.86 

3,655.57 

12,636.20 

481.20 

14,241.03 

1,534.28 

54,507.74 
7,669.73 
1,435.19 
4,040.19 

2,220.38 

1,411.67 

1;363.81 

626.48 

325.84 

15,070.73 

3,614.42 

6,887.05 

2,136,289.92 

13,913.51 

62,045.63 

14,330.04 

260.33 

1,769.42 

3,165.98 

24,902.06 

i 1,544.36 

32,803.57 

817.11 

807.03 

23,142.72 



$ c. 

2,242.23 

39,048.65 

547.06 
1,565.64 
1,479.95 

13,397.29 
38,644.20 
17,678.68 
53,200.15 
16,787.36 



3,795 
9,499 
1,012 
6,727 
2,555 



42,518.49 
7,184.26 
2,917.85 
4,010.73 
2,141.64 

1,682.67 
1,883.49 
1,808.24 
1,006.77 
9,057.04 

4,334.66 

7,456.27 

1,086,797.72 

12,359.48 

40,986.16 

15,093.35 

710.95 

1,472.71 

2,516.82 

17,005.92 

2,802.87 

15,521.20 

1,520.29 

1,557.76 

14,905.95 



$ c. 

2,237.57 

87,821.96 

974.07 
2,185.95 
2,092.92 

17,848.91 

71,237.40 

39,508.44 

103,564.63 

38,227.22 

6,303.62 
19,477.89 

1,202.63 
16,108.32 

3,408.92 



81,693.07 

12,417.70 

3,574.94 

7,014.64 

4,237.96 



2,578.46 

2,436.02 

1,886.45 

936.08 

19,750.61 

6,693.12 

11,596.37 

3,066,902.45 

21,481.96 

97,140.42 

26,197.64 

705.27 

2,827.06 

5,063.48 

36,201.42 

3,748.24 

42,688.86 

1,914.26 

1,438.84 

32,423.42 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited 

or charged to each 
municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 
478.50 
10,331.89 
187.64 
409.71 
355.21 

2,955.17 
10,338.89 

6,804.88 
17,713.33 

5,955.29 

1,143.22 
3,074.81 

273.54 
1,669.29 

678.60 

12,598.70 
2,088.18 

760.10 
1,243.64 

792.75 

481.35 
441.29 

452.14 

228.03 

2,598.85 

1,245.44 

2,034.51 

397,602.61 

3,360.20 

15,197.70 

4,837.44 
162.47 
479,43 
840.57 

5,425.22 

821.05 

5,723.05 

424.98 

286.87 

4,582.74 



$ c. 
465.90 
16,442.72 
200.03 
443.77 
417.99 

3,576.45 
13,859.02 

7,930.30 
20,727.79 

7,575.41 

1,289.76 
3,814.74 

255.40 
2,955.11 

703.94 

16,110.49 

2,476.75 

746.42 

1,411.53 

863.14 

523.93 
494.00 
402.65 
202.98 
3,737.07 

1,362.49 

2,333.37 

596,134.40 

4,200.68 

19,239.04 

5,331.44 
149.20 
566.25 

1,005.02 

7,085.78 

786.60 

8,136.16 

405.80 

307.71 

6,296.59 



$ c. 
6,410.94 
226,050.40 
2,403.43 
5,796.72 
5,627.58 

48,731.10 
184,157.40 

94,753.46 
256,095.98 

91,425.14 

16,187.87 
48,502.83 

3,224.98 
41,701.09 

8,880.95 

207,428.49 

31,836.62 

9,434.50 

17,720.73 

10,255.87 

6,678.08 
6,618.61 
5,175.96 
2,699.70 
50,214.30 

17,250.13 

30,307.57 

7,283,727.10 

55,315.83 

234,608.95 

65,789.91 

1,988.22 

7,114.87 

12,591.87 

90,620.40 

9,703.12 

104,872.84 

5,082.44 

4,398.21 

81,351.42 



$ c. 
293.75 
21,554.75 
147.25 
354.75 
381.50 

3,260.75 
14,908.00 

6,796.75 
18,126.75 

6,811.25 

1,088.25 
3,761.75 

143.25 
4,239.50 

456.75 

16,226.75 

2,283.25 

427.25 

1,202.75 

661.00 

420.25 

406.00 

186.50 

97.00 

4,486.50 

1,076.00 

2,050.25 

635,965.50 

4,142.00 

18,470.75 

4,266.00 

77.50 

526.75 

942 . 50 

7,413.25 

459.75 

9,765.50 

243.25 

240.25 

6,889.50 



$ c. 
6,117.19 
204,495.65 
2,256.18 
5,441.97 
5,246.08 

45,470.35 
169,249.40 

87,956.71 
237,969.23 

84,613.89 

15,099.62 
44,741.08 

3,081.73 
37,461.59 

8,424.20 

191,201.74 
29,553.37 

9,007.25 
16,517.98 

9,594.87 



6,257 
6,212 
4,989 
2,602 

45,727. 



16,174.13 

28,257.32 

6,647,761.60 

51,173.83 

216,138.20 

61,523.91 

1,910.72 

6,588.12 

11,649.37 

83,207.15 

9,243.37 

95,107.34 

4,839.19 

4,157.96 

74,461.92 



5,569.80 
198,302.87 
2,344.57 
5,957.70 
5,136.79 

46,541.41 
166,970.28 

86,997.56 
246,522.17 

87,183.15 



15,236, 
46,645 

2,848. 

35,612, 

8,406. 



194,722.25 

31,052-. 73 

9,398.54 

17,798.87 

10,005.24 



6,721 
6,690. 
5,138. 
2,520. 
44,815. 



16,353.91 

27,062.82 

6,639,478.47 

53,017.30 

206,872.68 



62,797. 

1,920. 

6,742 . 
12,064. 
80,064. 



10,114.00 

93,749.32 

4,865.78 

3,842.96 

74,407.02 



88.39 
515.73 



1,071.06 



8,552.94 
2,569.26 

137.18 
1,904.10 



3,520.51 
1,499.36 

391.29 
1,280.89 

410.37 

464.13 
477.91 
148.56 



179.78 



1,843.47 



1,273.96 

9.70 

154.01 

415.26 



870.63 



26.59 



$ c. 
547.39 
,192.78 



109.29 



2,279.12 
959.15 



233.72 

1,848.78 
18.11 



81.82 
911.97 



1,194.50 
8,283.13 



9,265.52 



3,142 



1,358.02 



315.00 
54.90 



164 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim rates 
per 


Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating 


Municipality 


horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 
(including 




To 

Jan. 1 

1934 


To 

Oct. 31 

1934 


exchange) 


Wheatley 


$ c. 
50.00 
28.00 
35.00 
27.00 
56.00 


$ c. 
53.00 
28.00 
35.00 
28.00 
54.00 


$ c. 

55,699.53 

5,435,671.09 

87,790.52 

1,188,583.85 

27,081.05 


118.4 

20,200.4 

296.3 

4,721.1 

60.8 


$ c. 

994.30 

169,639.36 

2,488.27 

39,646.96 

510.59 


$ c. 

1,815.02 

108,801.39 

2,503.53 

27,784.37 
1,033.68 


$ c. 
2,650.16 


Windsor 


264,707.44 


Woodbridge 

Woodstock 


4,245.35 
58,320.45 


Wyoming 


1,283.16 


York East twp 

York North twp... 
Zurich 


32.00 
32.00 
62.00 


32.00 
32.00 
65 . 00 


1,264,772.47 

743,389.81 

37,744.91 

89,830.35 

702,595.31 


5,142.5 

2,703.9 

71.5 

335.8 

2,550.7 


43,185.80 

22,706.87 

600.44 

2,819.99 

21,420.32 


49,481.37 

22,131.51 

1,598.10 

2,486.11 

13,780.62 


62,853.48 

36,736.70 

1,757.21 


Toronto Transport 

Sandwich, Winds 

herstburg Railw 


ation Comm. 
Dr and Am- 

av Co 


3,658.77 
34,377.11 


Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore 
Railway Association 


4,514.03 






81.51 


165.78 










Totals — Municipalities 


144,384,757.46 


583,895.5 


4,903,450.24 


3,006,310.04 


7,106,450.75 


Rural Power Distrk 

Acton R.P.D.— Erin, Esq 
and Nassagaweya twps. 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D.— Lob 
GillivrayandWilliamsE 

AlvinstonR.P.D — Brook 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — I 
don, Colchester N., Cc 
ter S. and Maiden twp 

Aylmer R.P.D.-Bayham 
ham, Dorchester N., 
Chester S., Malahide 
Yarmouth twps. 


:ts 
uesing 


$ c. 

2,887.50 

2,164.07 
2,664.54 

171,709.95 

83,435.46 
11,620.61 

100,089.30 

281,373.99 
62,602.56 
35,681.11 


10.0 

5.6 
3.3 

515.0 
269.6 


$ c. 

83.98 

47.03 
27.71 

4,324.87 
2,264.06 


$ c. 

71.84 

73.02 
97.56 

4,231.77 
2,056.43 


$ c. 
140.85 


o, Mc- 
.twps. 
etwp. 
Lnder- 
lches- 

s 

Dere- 

Dor- 

and 


103.63 
124.74 

8,284.70 
4,037.23 


Ayr R.P.D.— Blei 
fries N. and Dun 

Baden R.P.D.— 
Blenheim, Easth 
hope S., Waterlc 
Wilmot and Zor 

Beamsville R.P 
Clinton, Gainsbo 
by N., Grimsb 
Pelham and Wa 

BelleRiverR.P.D 
and Rochester t 

BlenheimR.P.D. 
Harwich twps. 


lheim, Dum- 
fries S. twps. 
Blandford, 
ope N., East- 
)o, Wellesley, 

ra E. twps 

.D. — Caistor, 
rough, Grims- 
y S., Louth, 
infleet twps... 
. — Maidstone 
wps. 


42.5 

354.3 

1,013.8 
195.3 
111.0 


356.90 

2,975.35 

8,513.72 

1,640.09 

932.16 


396.05 

2,235.15 

9,305.70 

1,618.26 

913.71 


568.85 

4,899.96 

13,816.16 
3,009. 2 3 
1,719.37 


-Raleij 


jhand 





1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



165 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remamu 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
600.48 


$ c. 

558.78 
52,517.95 

853.93 
11,412.36 

270.93 


$ c. 

6,618.74 

637,099.11 

10,835.94 

145,997.31 

3,385.29 


$ c. 

296.00 
50,501.00 

740.75 
11,802.75 

152.00 


$ c. 

6,322.74 

586,598.11 

10,095.19 

134,194.56 

3,233.29 


$ c. 

6,215.76 

565,610.45 

10,370.74 

131,356.45 

3,307.81 


$ c. 


$ c. 
106.98 


41,432.97 




20,987.66 


744 . 86 


275.55 




8,833.17 


2,838.11 


286.93 


74.52 




8,128.48 


12,114.79 

7,194.42 

378.59 

867.47 


175,763.92 

94,264.41 

4,761.01 

10,539.45 


12,856.25 

6,759.75 

.178.75 

839.50 


162,907.67 

87,504.66 

4,582.26 

9,699.95 


164,560.49 

86,525.56 

4,608.57 

10,671.40 


1,652.82 




5,494.91 


979.10 


426.67 


26.31 
971.45 




707.11 




5,475.34 


6,802.37 


81,855.76 


6,376.75 


75,479.01 


75,479.01 
371.55 






73.02 


51.24 


371.55 




371.55 














1,001,225.72 


1,383,875.90 


17,401,312.65 


1,459,738.75 


15,941,573.90 


15,818,467.05 


74,895.33 


198,002.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 


'$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


24.33 


28.07 


349.07 


25.00 


324.07 


324.07 


see page 


179 


21.49 
33.41 


21.29 

27.21 


266.46 
310.63 


14.00 
8.25 


252.46 
302.38 


252.46 
302.38 


<< 


<« 
<< 


1,553.46 


1,687.77 


20,082.57 


1,287.50 


18,795.07 


18,795.07 


«« 


«« 


734.85 


814.23 


9,906.80 


674.00 


9,232.80 


9,232.80 


<< 


<< 


93.38 


112.35 


1,527.53 


106.25 


1,421.28 


1,421.28 


<« 


<« 


825.46 


970.98 


11,906.90 


885.75 


11,021.15 


11,021.15 


tt 


« 


2,270.35 


2,715.49 


36,621.42 


2,534.50 


34,086.92 


34,086.92 


<< 


tt 


551.38 


613.57 


7,432.53 


488.25 


6,944.28 


6,944.28 


<< 


tt 


318.92 


349.78 


4,233.94 


277.50 


3,956.44 


3,956.44 


" 


tt 



166 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Bond Lake R.P.D.— King, 
Markham, Vaughan, Whit- 
church and York N. twps 

BothwellR.P.D.— Aldborough, 
Ekfrid, Mosa, Orford and 
Zone twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chingua- 
cousy and Toronto twps 

Brant R.P.D.— Blenheim, 
Brantford, Burford, Dum- 
fries S., Oakland and Onon- 
daga twps 

Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and 
Sombra twps 

Burford R.P.D.— Brantford, 
Burford, Oakland, Townsend 
and Windham twps 

Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, 
Barton, Binbrook, Caistor, 
Glanford, Grimsby S., Oneida, 
Onondaga and Seneca twps.... 

Chatham R.P.D.— Chatham, 
Dover, Harwich and Ra- 
leigh twps 

Chippawa R.P.D. — Bertie, 
Crowland and Willoughby 
twps 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, 
Hay, Hullett, Stanley and 
Tuckersmith twps 

Delaware R.P.D. — Caradoc, 
Delaware, Ekfrid, Lobo, Lon- 
don, Southwold and West- 
minster twps 

Dorchester R.P.D. — Dorches- 
ter N., Dorchester S., London, 
Nissouri E., Nissouri W., 
Oxford N., Westminster and 
Yarmouth twps 

Dresden R.P.D . — Camden, 
Chatham and Dawn twps. 

Drumbo R.P.D.— Blandford, 
Blenheim and Burford twps... 

D u n d a s R.P.D. — Ancaster, 
Beverly, Flamboro E., Flam- 
boro W., Glanford and Nelson 
twps 



$ c. 




277,686.12 


871.4 


46,292.12 


120.9 


31,813.43 


122.4 


114,496.84 


449.5 


17,199.55 


32.7 


44,998.23 


157.2 


80,154.45 


289.9 


118,716.17 


439.7 


21,085.73 


98.3 


42,822.82 


122.6 


75,738.55 


273.5 


89,976.49 


301.2 


13,244.45 


37.3 


32,828.32 


83.5 


140,063.17 


566.6 



$ c. 

7,317.86 

1,015.30 
1,027.89 

3,774.82 
274.60 

1,320.14 

2,434.52 

3,692.52 

825.50 

1,029.57 

2,296.81 

2,529.42 
313.24 
701.22 



8,709.54 

1,385.93 
1,398.03 

3,817.15 
509.22 

1,013.47 

1,968.46 

3,008.26 

519.33 

1,466.38 

2,025.62 

2,223.33 

361.47 

1,299.71 



4,758.19 2,747.81 6,907.95 



$ c. 

13,519.82 

2,223.49 
1,562.85 

5,637.98 
809.66 

2,205.89 

3,932.14 
5,806.16 
1,033.24 
2,068.97 

3,678.37 

4,326.29 
641.93 

1,557.85 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



167 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


2,328.22 


2,720.07 


34,595.51 


2,178.50 


32,417.01 


32,417.01 


see page 


179 


458.87 


459.21 


5,542.80 


302.25 


5,240.55 


5,240.55 




«< 


243.79 


306.40 


4,538.96 


306.00 


4,232.96 


4,232.96 




tt 


863.07 


1,100.67 


15,193.69 


1,123.75 


14,069.94 


14,069.94 




«« 


193.90 


173.47 


1,960.85 


81.75 


1,879.10 


1,879.10 




<< 


376.22 


437.12 


5,352.84 


393.00 


4,959.84 


4,959.84 




«< 


655.28 


776.07 


9,766.47 


724.75 


9,041.72 


9,041.72 




<< 


923.81 


1,147.35 


14,578.10 


1,099.25 


13,478.85 


13,478.85 




<< 


136.32 


199.06 


2,713.45 


245.75 


2,467.70 


2,467.70 




«< 


406.10 


422.28 


5,393.30 


306.50 


5,086.80 


5,086.80 




<< 


613.19 


733.18 


9,347.17 


683.75 


8,663.42 


8,663.42 


see page 


181 


772.84 


875.89 


10,727.77 


753.00 


9,974.77 


9,974.77 


tt 


<< 


125.99 


130.75 


1,573.38 


93.25 


1,480.13 


1,480.13 


n 


<( 


332.55 


325.31 


4,216.64 


208.75 


4,007.89 


4,007.89 


a 


" 


1,043.19 


1,343.39 


16,800.53 


1,416.50 


15,384.03 


15,384.03 


tt 


<< 



168 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


$ c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


11,147.72 


40.0 


335.91 


390.01 


549.38 


39,095.36 


122.7 


1,030.41 


1,545.51 


1,904.80 


22,705.78 


73.7 


618.92 


632.64 


1,110.94 


31,619.26 


97.2 


816.27 


929.69 


1,525.45 


59,327.35 


186.5 


1,566.19 


1,363.39 


2,863.80 


104,222.72 


274.9 


2,308.56 


3,138.49 


4,972.33 


13,641.87 


32.5 


272.93 


443.95 


652.11 


46,459.79 


184.2 


1,546.88 


2,175.41 


2,292.73 


38,236.59 


120.7 


1,013.62 


912.23 


1,856.72 


39,082.35 


85.2 


715.49 


1,248.72 


1,866.55 


146,145.01 


616.0 


5,173.06 


5,446.14 


7,133.37 


113,691.94 


411.6 


3,456.54 


2,571.00 


5,601.23 


62,827.20 


164.5 


1,381.44 


1,648.50 


3,030.15 


7,006.88 


17.6 


147.80 


190.30 


336.72 


120,715.51 


350.6 


2,944.27 


3,072.27 


5,850.13 


107,646.66 


349.8 


2,937.56 


2,958.20 


5,233.52 



DunnvilleR.P.D.-Canborough, 

Dunn and Moulton twps 

Dutton R.P.D. — Aldborough 

and Dunwich twps 

Elmira R.P.D. —Peel, Pilking- 

ton and Woolwich twps 

Elora R.P.D.— Garafraxa W., 

Nichol, Peel and Pilkington 

tWDS. 

Essex R.P.D.— Colchester N.'j 
Gosfield N., Gosfield S., 
Maidstone, Mersea, Roches- 
ter and Sandwich S. twps 

Exeter R.P.D.— Biddulph, Bos- 
anquet, Hay, Hibbert, 
Stephen, Tuckersmith and 
Usborne twps. 

Forest R.P.D.— Adelaide, Bos- 
anquet, Plympton, Warwick 
and Williams W. twps. 

Gait R.P.D.— Beverly, Dum- 
fries N. Dumfries S. and Pus- 
linch twps 

GeorgetownR.P.D. — Chingua- 
cousy, Erin and Esquesing tps. 

Goderich R.P.D.— Ashfield, 
Colborne, Goderich and Wa- 
wanosh W. twps 

GranthamR.P.D. — Grantham 
and Niagara twps 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, 
Guelph, Nassagaweya and 
Puslinch twps 

Haldimand R.P.D. — Cayuga 
N., Oneida, Rainham, Seneca 
and Walpole twps 

HarristonR.P.D. — Howickand 
Minto twps. 

Harrow R.P.D.-Colchester N., 
Colchester S., Gosfield S. and 
Maiden twps 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — Dereham, 
Dorchester" N., Nissouri E., 
Oxford N., Oxford W., Zorra 
E. and Zorra W. twps 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



169 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


93.61 


108.03 


1,476.94 


100.00 


1,376.94 


1,376.94 


see page 


181 


352.09 


382.96 


5,215.77 


306.75 


4,909.02 


4,909.02 






200.01 


221.85 


2,784.36 


184.25 


2,600.11 


2,600.11 






289.35 


310.00 


3,870.76 


243.00 


3,627.76 


3,627.76 






519.73 


581.16 


6,894.27 


466.25 


6,428.02 


6,428.02 






1,026.80 


1,025.02 


12,471.20 


687.25 


11,783.95 


11,783.95 






140.82 


136.01 


1,645.82 


81.25 


1,564.57 


1,564.57 






346.40 


446.18 


6,807.60 


460.50 


6,347.10 


6,347.10 






344.47 


374.44 


4,501.48 


301.75 


4,199.73 


4,199.73 






422.11 


391.63 


4,644.50 


213.00 


4,431.50 


4,431.50 






1,021.68 


1,370.96 


20,145.21 


1,540.00 


18,605.21 


18,605.21 






924.10 


1,101.01 


13,653.88 


1,029.00 


12,624.88 


12,624.88 






632.08 


622.97 


7,315.14 


411.25 


6,903.89 


6,903.89 






71.18 


69.66 


815.66 


44.00 


771.66 


771.66 






1,114.88 


1,189.21 


14,170.76 


876.50 


13,294.26 


13,294.26 


see page 


183 


946.58 


1,050.82 


13,126.68 


874.50 


12,252.18 


12,252.18 


« 


<« 



170 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Jordan R.P.D. — Grantham, 
Louth, Pelham and Thorold 
twps 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina, 
Gwillimbury E. and Gwillim- 
bury N. twps 

Kingsville R.P.D.— GosfieldN., 
Gosfield S., Mersea and Rom- 
ney twps 

Listowel R.P.D.— Elma, Grey, 
Maryborough, Mornington, 
Peel, Wallace and Wellesley 
twps 

London R.P.D. — Delaware, 
Lobo, London, Nissouri W. 
and Westminster twps 

Lucan R.P.D. — Biddulph, Lon- 
don, McGillivray and Stephen 
twps 

L y n d e n R.P.D. — Ancaster, 
Beverly, Brantford and Dum- 
fries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D. — Markham, 
Pickering, Scarboro, Uxbridge 
and Whitchurch twps 

Merlin R.P.D.— Raleigh, Rom- 
ney and Tilbury E. twps 

Milton R.P.D. — Esquesing, 
Nassagaweya, Nelson and 
Trafalgar twps 

Milverton R.P.D.— Ellice, 
Elma, Mornington and Wel- 
lesley twps 

Mitchell R.P.D.— Downie, El- 
lice, Elma, Fullarton, Hib- 
bert, Logan and McKillop 
twps 

Newmarket R.P.D.— Georgina, 
Gwillimbury E., King, Scott, 
Uxbridge and Whitchurch 
twps 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara and 
Stamford twps 

Norwich R.P.D.— Burford, 
Dereham, Middleton, Nor- 
wich N., Norwich S., Oxford 
E. and Windham twps. 



$ c. 




67,464.80 


282.0 


156,884.49 


421.1 


194,399.37 


572.5 


41,887.92 


136.6 


410,325.75 


1,485.0 


17,042.77 


57.2 


47,538.30 


156.8 


118,479.07 


375.2 


64,640.20 


165.7 


47,497.87 


153.2 


22,505.29 


71.9 


55,308.74 


179.1 


69,756.20 


222.1 


75,898.15 


359.2 


75,056.26 


247.2 



$ c. 
2,368.19 
3,536.32 

4,807.75 

1,147.14 

12,470.77 

480.35 

1,316.78 

3,150.87 
1,391.52 

1,286.55 
603.80 

1,504.05 

1,865.16 
3,016.50 



$ c. 
1,594.69 
5,450.28 
4,571.29 

1,142.83 

10,466.84 

587.94 

1,408.63 

3,578.80 
1,805.40 

1,717.81 
566.02 

1,423.46 

2,061.82 
1,911.80 



2,075.94 2,169.96 3,607.50 



$ c. 
3,208.77 
7,575.34 
9,344.48 

2,041.36 

20,043.13 

816.72 

2,298.44 

5,739.23 
3,112.93 

2,269.72 
1,095.65 

2,688.79 

3,386.61 
3,750.10 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



171 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


444.53 


612.61 


8,228.79 


705.00 


7,523.79 


7,523.79 


see page 


183 


1,465.58 


1,553.38 


19,580.90 


1,052.75 


18,528.15 


18,528.15 




«< 


1,779.45 


1,913.09 


22,416.06 


1,431.25 


20,984.81 


20,984.81 




" 


365.06 


409.17 


5,105.56 


341.50 


4,764.06 


4,764.06 




«< 


3,300.20 


3,960.38 


50,241.32 


3,712.50 


46,528.82 


46,528.82 




«< 


144.19 


164.55 


2,193.75 


143.00 


2,050.75 


2,050.75 




<« 


417.23 


463.82 


5,904.90 


392.00 


5,512.90 


5,512.90 




<< 


980.79 


1,155.96 


14,605.65 


938.00 


13,667.65 


13,667.65 




<« 


646.78 


641.94 


7,598.57 


414.25 


7,184.32 


7,184.32 




<< 


406.08 


454.33 


6,134.49 


383.00 


5,751.49 


5,751.49 




(i 


199.01 


220.19 


2,684.67 


179.75 


2,504.92 


2,504.92 




« 


484.48 


540.56 


6,641.34 


447.75 


6,193.59 


6,193.59 




«< 


578.10 


682.54 


8,574.23 


555.25 


8,018.98 


8,018.98 




«< 


482.26 


716.22 


9,876.88 


898.00 


8,978.88 


8,978.88 




tt 


654.62 


732.36 


9,240.38 


618.00 


8,622.38 


8,622.38 


« 


« 



172 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 



Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of 


operating 


Rural power district 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Oil Springs R.P.D.— Brooke, 
Dawn, Enniskillen and Eu- 
phemia twps 

Palmerston R.P.D. — Arthur, 
Maryborough, Minto, Peel, 
and Wallace twps 


$ c. 

15,419.73 

15,466.74 

8,422.82 

234,954.41 


41.7 

47.7 

25.3 

872.8 


$ 

350 

400 

212 

7,329 


c. 

19 

58 
47 
6? 


$ c. 
504.47 
421.62 
227.58 
5,293.45 


$ c. 
738.17 
752.93 


Petrolia R.P.D.— Enniskillen, 
Moore, Plympton and Sarnia 
twps 

Preston R.P.D.— Dumfries N., 
Guelph, Puslinch, Waterloo 
and Woolwich twps. 


406.07 
11,518.12 


Ridgetown R.P.D.— Aid- 
borough, Harwich, Howard, 
and Orford twps. and Rondeau 
Park 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Peel, 
Waterloo, Wellesley and 
Woolwich twps 


95,729.88 
70,587.91 

67,794.60 
160,787.69 
252,436.12 


255.5 
246.5 

203.6 
614.8 
885.5 


2,145 
2,070 

1,709 
5,162 
7,436 


65 
06 

80 
98 
?6 


3,211.48 
1,807.99 

2,064.45 
4,384.22 
6,991.11 


4,573.58 
3,440.06 


St. Marys R.P.D.— Blanshard, 
Downie, Fullarton, Nissouri 
E., Nissouri W. and Usborne 

twps. 

St. Thomas R.P.D.— Dunwich, 
Southwold, Westminster and 
Yarmouth twps. 


3,281.16 
7,897.94 


Saltfleet R.P.D.— Barton, Bin- 
brook, Grimsby N., and Salt- 
fleet twps 


12,356.90 


Sandwich R.P.D. — Anderdon, 
Colchester N., Maidstone, 
Sandwich E., Sandwich S. 
and Sandwich W. twps 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Moore, Plymp- 
ton and Sarnia twps. 


255,023.01 
166,373.62 
105,031.85 

16,489.87 

55,537.68 


874.4 
510.4 
334.2 

52.3 

204.7 


7,343 
4,286 
2,806 

439 

1,719 


06 
24 
55 

21 

03 


5,614.13 
4,528.04 
2,141.11 

444.15 

1,870.69 


12,366.25 
8,050.63 


Scarboro R.P.D. — Pickering, 
Scarboro and York N. twps.... 

Seaforth R.P.D.— Hibbert, 
Hullett, McKillop and Tuck- 
ersmith twps 


5,120.87 
802.29 


Simcoe R.P.D.— Charlotteville, 
Townsend, Walpole, Wind- 
ham and Woodhouse twps 


2,726.05 


Stamford R.P.D.— Stamford 

and Thorold twps 


38,228.70 


170.8 


1,434 


35 


705.22 


1,899.54 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



173 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of P/ower supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts 

to be c 

or charge 

munic 

Credited 




Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


remaining 
redited 4 
d to each 
ipality 

Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ C. 


149.54 


152.60 


1,894.97 


104.25 


1,790.72 


1,790.72 


see page 


183 


140.08 


151.73 


1,866.94 


119.25 


1,747.69 


1,747.69 


<< 


<< 


76.71 


82.77 


1,005.60 


63.25 


942.35 


942.35 


see page 


185 


1,862.40 


2,270.04 


28,273.63 


2,182.00 


26,091.63 


26,091.63 


" 


<< 


938.16 


948.34 


11,817.21 


638.75 


11,178.46 


11,178.46 


<< 


<« 


588.19 


685.31 


8,591.61 


616.25 


7,975.36 


7,975.36 


<< 


a 


615.37 


666.26 


8,337.04 


509.00 


7,828.04 


7,828.04 


it 


i< 


1,237.34 


1,549.12 


20.231.60 


1,537.00 


18,694.60 


18,694.60 


<< 


<< 


2,033.88 


2,438.90 


31,257.05 


J,213.75 


29,043.30 


29,043.30 


" 


" 


2,089.58 


2,481.08 


29,894.10 


2,186.00 


27,708.10 


27,708.10 


« 


n 


1,493.88 


1,632.40 


19,991.19 


1,276.00 


18,715.19 


18,715.19 


<< 


a 


870.95 


1,027.79 


11,967.27 


835.50 


11,131.77 


11,131.77 


<< 


a 


146.57 


161.43 


1,993.65 


130.75 


1,862.90 


1,862.90 


(< 


tt 


444.10 


537.07 


7,296.94 


511.75 


6,785.19 


6,785.19 


« 


« 


257.14 


362.55 


4,658.80 


427.00 


4,231.80 


4,231.80 


<< 


tt 



174 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Stratford R.P.D.— Downie, 
Easthope N., Easthope S. and 
Ellice twps 

Strathroy R.P.D.— Adelaide, 
Caradoc, Ekfrid, Lobo, Met- 
calfe and Williams E. twps 

Streetsville R.P.D. — Chingua- 
cousy, Esquesing, Toronto 
and Trafalgar twps 

Tavistock R.P.D. —Easthope 
N., Easthope S., Ellice and 
Zorra E. twps 

Thamesville R.P.D.— Camden, 
Chatham, Euphemia, Har- 
wich, Howard, Orford and 
Zone twps 

Tilbury R. P. D. — Dover, 
Mersea, Rochester. Romney, 
Tilbury E., Tilbury N. and 
Tilbury W. twps 

Tillsonburg R.P.D.— Bayham, 
Dereham, Dorchester S., 
Houghton, Malahide, Middle- 
ton, Norwich N., Norwich S. 
and Walsingham N. twps 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Chat- 
ham, Dover and Sombra 
twps 

Walsingham R.P.D.— Char- 
lotteville, Houghton, Middle- 
ton, Walsingham N., Wal- 
singham S. and Windham 
twps 

Walton R.P.D.— Grey, Hullett, 
McKillop, Morris, Wawan- 
osh E. and Wawanosh W. 
twps 

Waterdown R.P.D.— Flam- 
boro E., Flamboro W. and 
Nelson twps 

Waterford R.P.D.— Townsend 
and Windham twps. 

Watford R.P.D.— Adelaide, 
Metcalfe and Warwick twps. 



$ c. 

38,858.32 
31,957.13 
89,829.50 
46,207.46 

29,893.46 
45,031.23 

95,192.56 
56,757.99 

71,104.95 

34,403.32 

220,105.29 
51,980.08 

7,841.42 



149.7 

97 2 

280.7 

153.7 

96.1 
138.7 

303.5 
173.5 

169.9 

83.1 

763.6 

188.8 

19.3 



$ c. 

1,257.15 

816.27 

2,357.27 

1,290.75 

807.03 
1,164.78 

2,548.74 
1,457.03 

1,426.79 

697.86 

6,412.57 

1,585.51 

162.08 



$ c. 

973.57 
1,115.21 

2,820.42 
1,174.28 

827.94 
1,232.50 

2,830.01 
1,707.40 

1,806.49 

1,116.50 

5,691.34 

1,241.72 

244.84 



$ c. 

1,891.58 
1,547.16 
4,347.50 
2,243.01 

1,450.98 
2,186.03 

4,574.40 
2,719.15 

3,417.75 

1,645.23 

10,849.46 

2,553.92 

376.55 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



175 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


294.33 


374.20 


4,790.83 


374.25 


4,416.58 


4,416.58 


see page 


185 


292.55 


312.95 


4,084.14 


243.00 


3,841.14 


3,841.14 


<« 


<< 


812.23 


880.32 


11,217.74 


701.75 


10,515.99 


10,515.99 


« 


ii 


396.88 


450.65 


5,555.57 


384.25 


5,171.32 


5,171.32 


tt 


ie 


261.14 


292.32 


3,639.41 


240.25 


3,399.16 


3,399.16 


a 


ct. 


405.21 


441.78 


5,430.30 


346.75 


5,083.55 


5,033.55 


a 


« 


849.36 


931.21 


11,733.72 


758.75 


10,974.97 


10,974.97 


see page 


187' 


513.29 


557.12 


6,953.99 


433.75 


6,520.24 


6,520.24 


n 


it. 


744.20 


709.33 


8,104.56 


424.75 


7,679.81 


7,679.81 


«« 


t* 


355.95 


342.85 


4,158.39 


207.75 


3,950.64 


3,950.64 


<< 


a 


1,825.32 


2,132.70 


26,911.39 


1,909.00 


25,002.39 


25,002.39 


<< 


a 


420.96 


503.33 


6,305.44 


472 . 00 


5,833.44 


5,833.44 


<« 


tt 


79.92 


78.02 


941.41 


48.25 


893.16 


893.16 


«< 


«< 



176 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Welland R.P.D.— Bertie, Crow- 
land, Humberstone, Moulton, 
Pelham, Thorold, Wainfleet 
and Willoughby twps 


$ c. 

253,948.81 

163,815.95 
139,274.20 


1,047.3 

544.0 
508.1 


$ c. 

8,795.04 

4,568.42 
4,266.93 


$ c. 

7,384.96 

4,787.06 
3,785.87 


$ c. 
12,446.80 


Woodbridge R.P.D.— Albion, 
Chinguacousy, Etobicoke, 
King, Toronto, Toronto Gore, 
Vaughan and York N. twps. 

Woodstock R.P.D.— Bland- 
ford, Blenheim, Burford, Ox- 
ford E., Oxford N., Oxford W., 
Zorra E. and Zorra W. twps... 


7,901.91 
6,789.63 


Totals — Municipalities 


144,384,757.46 
7,264,089.00 

45,384,574.78 

1,466,889.92 
95,845.36 


583,895.5 

24,557.0 

205,259.4 

4,690.0 


4,903,450.24 

206,225.28 

1,723,731.83 

39,385.79 


3,006,310.04 
201,527.04 
985,224.22 

99,252.62 


7,106,450.75 


Totals — Rural power districts 
Totals — Companies 


353,247.63 
2,303,263.47 


Totals — Local distribution 

systems 

Non-operating capital 


73,286.39 












Grand totals 


198,596,156.52 


818,401.9 


6,872,793.14 


4,292,313.92 


9,836,248.24 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



177 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 

1,879.46 

1,399.75 
1,121.04 


$ c. 

2,428.98 

1,590.38 
1,347.80 


$ c. 

32,935.24 

20,247.52 
17,311.27 


$ c. 

2,618.25 

1,360.00 
1,270.25 


$ c. 

30,316.99 

18,887.52 
16,041.02 


$ c. 

30,316.99 

18,887.52 
16,041.02 


$ c. 

see page 

<< 


$ c. 

187 

<< 
<< 


1,001,225.72 
61,290.10 


1,383,875.90 
70,615.30 

453,846.28 
10,013.80 


17,401,312.65 
892,905.35 

5,756,144.83 
237,480.33 


1,459,738.75 
61,392.50 


15,941,573.90 

831,512.85 

5,756,144.83 

237,480.33 


15,818,467.05 

831,512.85 

4,419,025.94 

225,902.11 


74,895.33 


198,002.18 


290,079.03 


* 


1,337,118.89 


15,541.73 




*11,578.22 


























1,368,136.58 


1,918,351.28 


24,287,843.16 


1,521,131.25 


22,766,711.91 


21,294,907.95 


74,895.33 


1,546,699.29 



*Written off to contingencies reserve. 



178 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant re- 
ceived and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Acton R.P.D. — Erin, Esquesing and Nassa- 
gaweya twps 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D.— Lobo, McGillivray 
and Williams E. twps 

Alvinston R.P.D. — Brooke twp 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — Anderdon, Colches- 
ter N., Colchester S. and Maiden twps 

Aylmer R.P.D. — Bayham, Dereham, Dor- 
chester N., Dorchester S., Malahide and 
Yarmouth twps 



Ayr R.P.D. — Blenheim, Dumfries N. and 
Dumfries S. twps 

Baden R.P.D.— Blandford, Blenheim, East- 
hope N., Easthope S., Waterloo, Wellesley, 
Wilmot and Zorra E. twps 

Beamsville R.P.D. — Caistor, Clinton, 
Gainsborough, Grimsby N., Grimsby S., 
Louth, Pelham and Wainfleet twps. 

Belle River R.P.D. — Maidstone and Ro- 
chester twps 

Blenheim R.P.D. — Raleigh and Harwich 
twps 



Bond Lake R.P.D. — King, Markham, 
Vaughan, Whitchurch and York N. twps. 

Bothwell R.P.D.— Aldborough, Ekfrid, 
Mosa, Orford and Zone twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chinguacousy and 
Toronto twps. 

Brant R.P.D.— Blenheim, Brantford, Bur- 
ford, Dumfries S., Oakland and Onondaga 
twps 

Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and Sombra twps. 

Burford R.P.D.— Brantford, Burford, Oak- 
land, Townsend and Windham twps 

Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, Barton, Bin- 
brook, Caistor, Glanford, Grimsby S., 
Oneida, Onondaga and Seneca, twps 

Chatham R.P.D. — Chatham Dover, 
Harwich and Raleigh twps. 

Chippawa R.P.D. — Bertie, Crowland and 
Willoughby twps 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, Hay, Hullett, 
Stanley and Tuckersmith twps 



15,011.89 

9,448.36 
5,607.16 

144,443.93 



*195,742.30 

*42,220.32 

*174,106.27 

363,819.49 

88,114.06 

*110,058.00 

347,634.73 

*60,517.82 

80,911.92 



^234,105.21 
54,837.33 



95,455.55 

204,779.34 

256,523.39 

59,842.87 

127,506.42 



$ c. 

7,505.94 

4,724.18 
2,803.58 

72,136.46 
95,823.25 

21,074.67 

86,685.83 

175,957.19 
43,980.87 
54,039.66 

173,817.36 
29,816.21 
40,455.96 



115,915.46 
27,418.66 



47,727.77 

102,143.74 

127,960.52 

29,918.56 

62,742.35 



$ c. 

7,505.95 

4,724.18 
2,803.58 

72,307.47 
99,919.05 
21,145.65 

87,420.44 

187,862.30 
44,133.19 
56,018.34 

173,817.37 
30,701.61 
40,455.96 



118,189.75 
27,418.67 



47,727.78 

102,635.60 

128,562.87 

29,924.31 

64,764.07 



$ c. 

324.07 

252.46 
302.38 

18,795.07 
9,232.80 
1,421.28 

11,021.15 

34,086.92 
6,944.28 
3,956.44 

32,417.01 
5,240.55 
4,232.96 



14,069.94 
1,879.10 



4,959.84 

9,041.72 

13,478.85 

2,467.70 

5,086.80 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $41,747.77 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



179 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N.— RURAL OPE RAT ING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts 
remaining to be 
credited to cer- 
tain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 
comprising cer- 
tain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 

418.93 

171.63 
118.45 

5,367.61 

8,050.09 

1,416.40 

4,913.20 

16,870.30 
4,277.13 
4,095.28 

14,408.69 
2,773.96 
2,869.61 



7,856.53 
1,207.54 



3,071.86 

6,047.06 

11,229.34 

2,705.75 

4,586.34 



$ c. 

344.31 

249.07 
127.85 

3,308.15 

4,549.12 

965.60 

3,958.28 

8,529.89 
2,029.55 
2,549.64 

7,744.15 
1,336.90 
1,840.84 



5,357.21 
1,262.64 



2,170.01 

4,703.56 
5,847.59 
1,350.32 
2,963.78 



$ c. 

298.43 

215.88 
110.81 

2,863.92 

3,861.04 

835.51 

3,416.60 

7,155.20 
1,756.07 
2,170.33 

6,712.24 
1,141.04 
1,595.55 



4,597.88 
1,094.39 



1,880.86 

4,066.97 
5,063.38 
1,170.28 
2,530.58 



$ c. 


$ c. 


149.22 


78.56 


107.94 
55.41 


56.83 
29.17 


1,431.96 


754.83 


1,930.52 


1,037.98 


417.76 


220.32 


1,708.30 


903.17 


3,577.60 


1,946.29 


878.03 


463.08 


1,085.16 


581.75 


3,356.12 


1,767.00 


570.53 


305.04 


797.78 


420.03 


2,298.93 
547.20 


1,222.37 

288.10 


940.43 


495.13 


2,033.49 


1,073.22 


2,531.69 


1,334.25 


585.14 


308.10 


1,265.30 


676.25 



$ c. 

1,613.52 

1,053.81 
744 . 07 

32,521.54 

28,661.55 

5,276.87 

25,920.70 

72,166.20 
16,348.14 
14,438.60 

66,405.21 
11,368.02 
11,756.77 



35,402.86 
6,278.97 



13,518.13 

26,966.02 

39,485.10 

8,587.29 

17,109.05 



$ 
1,399. 

893. 

484. 

33,555. 

30,080. 

4,458. 

23,416. 

73,445. 
17,299. 
16,955. 

68,051 . 
11,751. 
10,031. 



32,174. 
5,576. 



13,611.58 



25,971 

39,956 

8,261 

15,457 



$ c. 

213.61 

159.93 
259.78 



1,033.74 
1,418.58 



818.83 
2,504.64 



1,279.20 

951.38 

2,516.66 

1,646.46 
383.71 



1,725.15 



3,228.25 
702.61 



93.45 



994.04 



471.20 



325.59 
1,651.39 



used for purposes of rural power districts. 



180 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant re- 
ceived and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Delaware R.P.D. — Caradoc, Delaware : 
Ekfrid, Lobo, London, Southwold and 
Westminster twps 

Dorchester R.P.D. — Dorchester N., Dor- 
chester S., London, Nissouri E., Nissouri 
W., Oxford N., Westminster and Yar- 
mouth twps • 

Dresden R.P.D. — Camden, Chatham and 
Dawn twps 

Drumbo R.P.D. — Blandford, Blenheim and 
Burf ord twps 

Dundas R.P.D. — Ancaster, Beverly, Flam- 
boro E., Flamboro W., Glanford and 
Nelson twps 



Dunnville R.P.D. — Canborough, Dunn, 
and Moulton twps 

Dutton R.P.D. — Aldborough and Dunwich 
twps 

Elmira R.P.D.— Peel, Pilkington and Wool- 
wich twps 

Elora R.P.D.— Garafraxa W., Nichol, Peel, 
and Pilkington twps 

Essex R.P.D.— Colchester N., Gosfield N., 
Gosfield S., Maidstone, Mersea, Roches- 
ter and Sandwich S. twps. 



Exeter R.P.D. — Biddulph, Bosanquet, Hay, 
Hibbert, Stephen, Tuckersmith and 
Usborne twps 

Forest R.P.D. — Adelaide, Bosanquet, 
Plympton, Warwick and Williams W. twps. 

Gait R.P.D.— Beverly, Dumfries N., Dum- 
fries S., and Puslinch twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Chinguacousy, Erin 
and Esquesing twps 

Goderich R.P.D. — Ashfield, Colborne, 
Goderich and Wawanosh W. twps 



Grantham R.P.D. — Grantham and Nia- 
gara twps 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Guelph, Nassa- 
gaweya and Puslinch twps 

Haldimand R.P.D. — Cayuga N., Oneida, 
Rainham, Seneca and Walpole twps. 

Harriston R.P.D. — Howick and Minto 
twps 



$ c. 

K 230,002.13 

K 205,917.07 

36,332.81 

104,363.86 

250,833.33 

44,926.04 
74,789.84 
34,882.99 
85,705.98 

140,534.63 

150,370.44 
*60,544.09 

81,736.56 
105,683.41 

73,413.46 

148,979.19 
186,153.77 
110,221.99 
*32,795.60 



$ c. 
114,074.14 

101,957.90 
18,166.40 
51,921.01 

121,956.37 

22,463.02 
37,394.92 

17,441.49 
42,634.08 

69,333.34 

74,453.55 
29,919.36 

40,868.28 
52,841.71 
36,441.02 

70,409.59 
93,050.44 
53,479.52 
16,117.64 



$ 
115,927. 

103,959. 
18,166. 
52,442. 



128,876.96 



22,463 
37,394 
17,441 
43,071, 



71,201.29 



75,916. 
30,624. 
40,868. 
52,841. 
36,972. 

78,569. 
93,103. 
56,742. 
16,677. 



8,663.42 

9,974.77 
1,480.13 
4,007.89 

15,384.03 

1,376.94 
4,909.02 
2,600.11 
3,627.76 

6,428.02 

11,783.95 
1,564.57 
6,347.10 
4,199.73 
4,431.50 

18,605.21 

12,624.88 

6,903.89 

771.66 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $41,747.77 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



181 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts 
remaining to be 
credited to cer- 
tain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 
comprising cer- 
tain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
8,248.62 

8,123.99 
1,405.41 
3,958.21 

10,782.29 

1,516.23 
3,487.92 
1,782.66 
3,972.08 

4,856.73 

7,331.50 
1,322.66 
2,531.06 
3,483.34 
2,144.99 

9,746.72 
6,379.32 
5,234.47 
1,382.02 



$ c. 
5,312.17 

4,774.52 

838.37 

2,391.91 

5,865.57 

993.22 
1,706.29 

804.64 
1,938.68 

3,273.76 

3,360.39 
1,397.71 
1,858.56 
2,422.61 
1,694.10 

3,599.32 

4,206.69 

2,442.11 

768.62 



$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


4,567.24 


2,283.62 


1,212.09 


4,098.29 


2,049.15 


1,089.41 


726.66 


363.33 


191.29 


2,062.76 


1,031.38 


545.76 


4,945.56 


2,472.78 


1,338.35 


860.87 


430.44 


226.63 


1,478.93 


739.47 


389.33 


697.42 


348.71 


183.60 


1,671.59 


835.79 


442.35 


2,800.18 


1,400.09 


746.98 


2,883.35 


1,441.68 


766.75 


1,197.38 


598.68 


318.92 


1,610.91 


805.45 


424.07 


2,099.80 


1,049.90 


552.77 


1,457.74 


728.86 


386.54 


2,956.51 


1,478.25 


821.26 


3,645.09 


1,822.54 


959.85 


2,051.47 


1,025.73 


557.22 


654.99 


327.50 


175.38 



$ c. 
30,287.16 

30,110.13 

5,005.19 

13,997.91 

40,788.58 

5,404.33 
12,710.96 

6,417.14 
12,488.25 

19,505.76 

27,567.62 
6,399.92 
13,577.15 
13,808.15 
10,843.73 

37,207.27 

29,638.37 

18,214.89 

4,080.17 



30,988.71 

30,334.87 

4,288.88 

12,112.01 

42,169.14 

3,407.99 
10,462.28 

5,426.95 
10,398.96 

21,419.70 

27,699.33 

6,825.29 

13,135.08 

12,300.13 

8,845.21 

34,556.03 

27,102.31 

15,174.84 

3,005.32 



$ c. 
701.55 

224.74 



$ c. 



716.31 

1,885.90 



1,380.56 



1,996.34 

2,248.68 

990.19 

2,089.29 



1,913.94 

131.71 
425.37 



442.07 
1,508.02 
1,998.52 

2,651.24 
2,536.06 
3,040.05 

1,074.85 



used for purposes of rural power districts. 



182 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant re- 
ceived and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Harrow R.P.D. — Colchester N., Colchester 
S., Gosfield S. and Maiden twps 



Ingersoll R.P.D. — Dereham, Dorchester N., 
Nissouri E., Oxford N., Oxford W., 
Zorra E. and Zorra W. twps 

Jordan R.P.D. — Grantham, Louth, Pel- 
ham and Thorold twps 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwillimbury 
E. and Gwillimbury N. twps 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N., Gosfield 
S., Mersea and Romney twps 

Lis towel R.P.D. — Elma, Grey, Mary- 
borough, Mornington, Peel, Wallace, and 
Wellesley twps 



London R.P.D. — Delaware, Lobo, London, 
Nissouri W. and Westminster twps 

Lucan R.P.D. — Biddulph, London, Mc- 
Gillivray and Stephen twps 

Lynden R.P.D. — Ancaster, Beverly, Brant- 
ford and Dumfries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D. — Markham, Pickering, 
Scarboro, Uxbridge and Whitchurch twps. 

Merlin R.P.D. — Raleigh, Romney and 
Tilbury E. twps 



Milton R.P.D. — Esquesing, Nassagaweya, 
Nelson and Trafalgar twps 

Milverton R.P.D.— Ellice, Elma, Morn- 
ington and Wellesley twps 

Mitchell R.P.D.— Downie, Ellice, Elma, 
Fullarton, Hibbert, Logan and McKillop 
twps 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwillim- 
bury E., King, Scott, Uxbridge and 
Whitchurch twps 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara and Stamford 
twps 



Norwich R.P.D. — Burford, Dereham, Mid- 
dleton, Norwich N., Norwich S., Oxford 
E. and Windham twps 

Oil Springs R.P.D. — Brooke, Dawn, Ennis- 
killen and Euphemia twps 

Palmerston R.P.D. — Arthur, Mary- 
borough, Minto, Peel and Wallace twps. . 



$ 
139,675.58 

294,170.59 

102,579.57 

170,038.05 

*295,171.65 

120,209.62 

*467,757.63 

*58,270.70 

99,269.63 

*242,237.55 
143,625.53 

115,990.97 
67,061.54 

111,726.80 

125,538.92 
*128,513.65 

*187,116.40 

29,722.94 

*60,766.01 



$ c. 
69,837.79 

147,085.29 
51,086.36 
82,441.58 

145,342.58 

60,104.81 

233,356.94 
28,978.95 
49,192.36 

121,055.45 

71,812.77 

57,99.5.48 
33,530.77 

55,863.40 

62,769.46 
63,778.10 

91,473.14 
14,861.47 
30,102.86 



$ 
69,837, 

147,085. 
51,493, 
87,596, 

149,829, 



60,104.81 



234,400, 
29,291. 
50,077. 

121,182. 
71,812. 

57,995. 
33,530. 



55,863.40 



62,769 
64,735, 

95,643, 
14,861, 
30,663, 



$ c. 
13,294.26 

12,252.18 
7,523.79 

18,528.15 
20,984.81 

4,764.06 

46,528.82 
2,050.75 
5,512.90 

13,667.65 
7,184.32 

5,751.49 
2,504.92 

6,193.59 

8,018.98 
8,978.88 

8,622.38 
1,790.72 
1,747.69 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $41,747.77 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts 
remaining to be 
credited to cer- 
tain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 
comprising cer- 
tain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
5,560.55 

8,978.93 

6,150.23 

7,819.77 

13,666.73 

5,793.49 

22,336.24 
1,162.48 
3,744.74 
6,928.42 
4,030.73 

4,104.75 
3,344.83 

4,322.35 

4,922.97 
5,636.78 

7,207.63 
1,465.87 
2,102.01 



3,110.08 

6,728.93 
2,349.21 
3,914.87 
6,831.42 

2,738.31 

10,590.31 
1,345.13 
2,280.24 
5,422.46 
3,301.89 

2,610.85 
1,529.49 

2,551.19 

2,834.52 
2,938.95 

4,317.62 

682.46 

1,405.30 



$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


2,695.66 


1,347.83 


709.63 


5,832.30 


2,916.15 


1,535.35 


2,028.04 


1,014.02 


536.02 


3,290.11 


1,645.06 


893.26 


5,831.39 


2,915.70 


1,558.74 


2,373.43 


1,186.71 


624.80 


9,158.28 


4,579.14 


2,416.41 


1,159.64 


579.82 


306.92 


1,958.70 


979.35 


520.28 


4,690.39 


2,345.19 


1,237.26 


2,861.91 


1,430.95 


753.40 


2,262.95 


1,131.47 


595.72 


1,325.69 


662.84 


348.99 


2,211.24 


1,105.62 


582.11 


2,456.82 


1,228.41 


646.75 


2,528.18 


1,264.09 


670.58 


3,658.88 


1,829.44 


985.16 


591.52 


295.76 


155.72 


1,206.83 


603.41 


320.65 



$ c. 
26,718.01 

38,243.84 
19,601.31 
36,091.22 
51,788.79 

17,480.80 

95,609.20 
6,604.74 
14,996.21 
34,291.37 
19,563.20 

16,457.23 
9,716.76 

16,966.10 

20,108.45 
22,017.46 

26,621.11 
4,982.05 

7,385.89 



29,849.15 

34,106.07 
17,366.17 
32,012.68 
53,088.10 

15,329.95 

94,787.04 
6,568.72 
13,211.12 
39,494.38 
18,001.69 

15,348.13 

7,857.18 

17,047.87 

19,948.70 
23,484.36 

25,524.06 

5,285.58 
5,144.96 



$ c. 
3,131.14 



1,299.31 



5,203.01 



81.77 



1,466.90 



$ c. 



4,137.77 
2,235.14 

4,078.54 



2,150.85 

822.16 

36.02 

1,785.09 



1,561.51 

1,109.10 
1,859.58 



159.75 



303.53 



1,097.05 



2,240.93 



used for purposes of rural power districts. 



184 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant re- 
ceived and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Petrolia R.P.D. — Enniskillen, Moore, 
Plympton and Sarnia twps 

Preston R.P.D.— Dumfries N., Guelph, 
Puslinch, Waterloo and Woolwich twps... 

Ridgetown R.P.D. — Aldborough, Harwich, 
Howard, Orford twps. and Rondeau Park 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Peel, Waterloo, Wei- 
lesley and Woolwich twps 

St. Marys R.P.D. — Blanshard, Downie 
Fullarton, Nissouri E., Nissouri W. and 
Usborne twps 

St. Thomas R.P.D.— Dunwich, South 
wold, Westminster and Yarmouth twps. 

Saltfleet R.P.D. — Barton, Binbrook 
Grimsby N. and Saltfleet twps 



Sandwich R.P.D. — Anderdon, Colchester 
N., Maidstone, Sandwich E., Sandwich 
S. and Sandwich W. twps. 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Moore, Plympton and 
Sarnia twps 

Scarboro R.P.D. — Pickering, Scarboro and 
York N. twps 

Seaforth R.P.D.— Hibbert, Hullett, Mc 
Killop and Tuckersmith twps 

Simcoe R.P.D. — Charlotteville, Townsend, 
Walpole, Windham and Woodhouse twps 

Stamford R.P.D.— Stamford and Thorold 

twps 

Stratford R.P.D.— Downie, Easthope N., 

Easthope S. and Ellice twps. 

Strathroy R.P.D.— Adelaide, Caradoc, Ek- 

frid, Lobo, Metcalfe and Williams E. twps. 
Streetsville R.P.D. — Chinguacousy, Es- 

quesing, Toronto and Trafalgar twps. 

Tavistock R.P.D.— Easthope N., Easthope 

S., Ellice and Zorra E. twps. 



Thamesville R.P.D.— Camden, Chatham, 
Euphemia, Harwich, Howard, Orford and 
Zone twps 

Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover, Mersea, Ro- 
chester, Romney, Tilbury E., Tilbury N. 
and Tilbury W. twps 



$ c. 

*26,401.41 

*334,446.56 

203,958.15 
109,398.27 



$ c. 

12,647.33 

166,296.53 

101,979.07 
54,413.41 



197,928.35 98,964.18 



313,890.97 
301,581.29 

343,062.05 

*218,050.07 

209,266.83 

29,638.93 

136,303.27 

41,163.48 

67,426.12 

102,422.32 

191,487.67 

123,407.91 

107,673.21 
111,273.18 



156,251.74 
147,951.15 

171,531.02 

106,815.83 

104,633.41 

14,201.52 

67,981.35 

20,581.74 
33,452.21 
51,034.39 
95,743.84 
61,703.96 

53,585.12 
54,918.62 



$ 

13,754. 

168,150. 

101,979. 
54,984. 

98,964. 
157,639. 
153,630. 

171,531. 
111,234. 
104,633. 

15,437. 

68,321. 

20,581. 
33,973. 
51,387. 
95,743. 
61,703. 

54,088. 
56,354. 



c 

08 
03 

08 
86 

17 
23 
14 

.03 

.24 
.42 
.41 
.92 

74 
91 
93 
83 
95 

09 
56 



$ c. 

942.35 

26,091.63 

11,178.46 
7,975.36 

7,828.04 
18,694.60 
29,043.30 

27,708.10 

18,715.19 

11,131.77 

1,862.90 

6,785.19 

4,231.80 
4,416.58 
3,841.14 
10,515.99 
5,171.32 

3,399.16 
5,083.55 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $41,747.77 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



185 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts 
remaining to be 
credited to cer- 
tain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 
comprising cer- 
tain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ 

1,157.51 
11,047.68 

7,488.47 
5,486.67 

4,788.46 
12,402.80 
15,850.12 

22,348.90 

12,993.23 

5,281.69 

1,659.86 

3,993.01 

4,268.91 
4,653.64 
2,432.97 
6,126.36 
4,275.91 

4,033.02 
3,074.44 



$ c 

627.19 

7,581.23 

4,662.15 
2,510.18 

4,474.01 
7,140.64 
6,852.67 

7,821.72 
5,040.53 
4,550.19 
707.51 
3,058.86 

913.97 
1,552.03 
2,360.14 
4,354.95 
2,807.26 

2,487.01 
2,591.00 



$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


521.48 


260.74 


143.10 


6,538.02 


3,269.01 


1,729.83 


4,040.92 


2,020.46 


1,063.77 


2,164.27 


1,082.14 


572.76 


3,877.85 


1,938.92 


1,020.84 


6,161.40 


3,080.69 


1,629.29 


5,825.97 


2,912.99 


1,563.60 


6,779.47 


3,389.73 


1,784.70 


4,280.52 


2,140.26 


1,150.11 


3,943.87 


1,971.93 


1,038.23 


588.51 


294.26 


161.43 


2,644.44 


1,322.23 


697.95 


792.18 


396.09 


208.54 


1,334.79 


667.40 


354.13 


2,038.57 


1,019.29 


538.51 


3,774.65 


1,887.32 


993.68 


2,433.19 


1,216.60 


640.54 


2,145.56 


1,072.78 


567.47 


2,217.98 


1,108.99 


591.19 



$ c 

3,652.37 

56,257.40 

30,454.23 
19,791.38 

23,928.12 
49,109.42 
62,048.65 

69,832.62 
44,319.84 
27,917.68 
5,274.47 
18,501.68 

10,811.49 
12,978.57 
12,230.62 
27,652.95 
16,544.82 

13,705.00 
14,667.15 



$ c. 

3,560.08 

54,265.86 

29,422.92 
17,515.13 

21,157.77 
47,945.39 
67,306.56 

69,516.51 
46,827.57 
35,354.55 
4,867.54 
18,753.48 

11,003.67 
11,442.63 
11,883.95 

25,823.28 
15,466.39 

13,293.97 
15,360.03 



5,257.91 



2,507.73 
7,436.87 



251.80 



192.18 



692.88 



$ c. 

92.29 

1,991.54 

1,031.31 
2,276.25 

2,770.35 
1,164.03 



316.11 



406.93 



1,535.94 
346.67 

1,829.67 
1,078.43 

411.03 



used for purposes of rural power districts. 



186 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant re- 
ceived and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Tillsonburg R.P.D. — Bayham, Dereham, 
Dorchester S., Houghton, Malahide, 
Middleton, Norwich N., Norwich S. and 
Walsingham N. twps 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Chatham, Dover 
and Sombra twps 

Walsingham R.P.D.— Charlotteville, 
Houghton, Middleton, Walsingham N., 
Walsingham S. and Windham twps 



Walton R.P.D.— Grey, Hullett, McKillop, 
Morris, Wawanosh E. and Wawanosh W. 
twps 

Waterdown R.P.D.— Flamboro E., Flam- 

Nboro W. and Nelson twps 

Waterford R.P.D.— Townsend and Wind- 
ham twps 

Watford R.P.D.— Adelaide, Metcalfe and 
Warwick twps. 

Welland R.P.D. —Bertie, Crowland, Hum- 
berstone, Moulton, Pelham, Thorold, 
Wainfleet and Willoughby twps 



Woodbridge R.P.D. — Albion, Chingua- 
cousy, Etobicoke, King, Toronto, Toronto 
Gore, Vaughan and York N. twps 

Woodstock R.P.D.— Blandford, Blenheim, 
Burford, Oxford E., Oxford N., Oxford W., 
Zorra E. and Zorra W. twps , 



Total capital 

Non-operating capital. 

Grand totals 



206,565.46 
156,756.85 

*185,102.11 

*80,234.66 

215,555.41 

120,424.80 

23,940.99 

676,713.61 

*353,487.85 
232,334.77 



13,208,213.43 
23,662.95 



13,231,876.38 



103,282 
77,994 



103,282, 

78,762, 



92,145.18 



92,956.93 



38,464. 
97,424, 
60,212. 
11,970. 



41,770 

118,130 

60,212 

11,970 



334,123.41 



342,590.20 



175,760, 
116,167, 



177,727. 
116,167, 



6,540,472. 
11,831 



6,667,740 
11,831 



6,552,304.47 



6,679,571.91831,512.85 



$ c. 

10,974.97 
6,520.24 

7,679.81 

3,950.64 

25,002.39 

5,833.44 

893.16 

30,316.99 

18,887.52 
16,041.02 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $41,747.77 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 
remaining to be 


Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


credited to cer- 
tain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities 
comprising cer- 
tain other 
districts 


tration 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
7,563.14 


$ c. 

4,708.36 
3,591.06 

3,855.76 

1,924.59 

5,268.53 

2,731.65 

551.41 

15,552.36 

7,887.62 
5,289.02 


$ c. 

4,080.97 
3,097.19 

3,325.73 

1,602.01 

4,152.37 

2,367.66 

477.93 

13,313.12 

6,797.70 
4,584.26 


$ c. 

2,040.49 
1,548.60 

1,662.87 

801.00 
2,076.18 
1,183.83 

238.96 

6,656.56 

3,398.85 
2,292.13 


$ c. 

1,074.32 
819.38 

879.78 

439.14 

1,202.14 

623.29 

125.82 

3,548.61 

1,799.73 
1,206.81 


$ c. 

30,442.25 
21,161.75 

22,049.81 

12,672.44 

51,374.04 

15,909.88 

3,075.84 

95,615.51 

51,159.17 
38,163.28 


$ c. 

28,271.87 
21,727.07 

22,009.76 

12,169.88 

49,100.61 

16,521.22 

3,116.83 

92,721.70 

51,723.27 
36,314.12 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,170.38 


5,585.28 


565.32 




4,645.86 


40.05 


3,955.06 




502 . 56 


13,672.43 




2,273.43 


3,170.01 


611.34 
40.99 




788.56 




26,227.87 


2,893.81 


12,387.75 


564.10 




8,750.04 


1,849.16 






























































529,535.07 


301,774.53 


259,028.24 


129,514.12 


68,856.46 


2,120,221.27 


2,080,385.53 


44;179.03 


84,014.77 



used for purposes of rural power districts. 



188 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Acton 


Jan., 
Nov., 
Jan., 
April, 

Nov., 

May, 

Dec, 

Mar., 

Jan., 

May, 

Aug., 
Dec, 

Nov., 
July, 
Feb., 

Sept., 
Nov., 
Feb., 
May, 
Mar., 

Jan., 

July, 

June, 

Nov., 

Oct., 

Jan., 

Nov., 

Feb., 

Sept., 

May, 

Mar., 
May, 
Nov., 
Dec, 
Sept., 

Mar., 
Dec, 
Mar., 
April, 
Dec, 

Oct., 

Jan., 

June, 

Sept., 

Nov., 


1913 
1922 
1916 
1922 
1925 

1923 
1926 
1918 
1915 
1912 

1912 
1922 
1915 
1924 
1915 

1915 
1911 
1914 
1924 
1928 

1918 
1924 
1915 
1916 
1912 

1925 
1924 
1915 
1919 
1924 

1914 
1915 
1926 
1923 
1917 

1915 
1914 
1918 
1915 
1914 

1917 
1911 
1918 
1915 
1922 


$ c 


$ c 
13.13 


$ c 
13.13 


$ c 


Agin court 


236.09 


236.09 


Ailsa Craig 


200.65 


200.65 




Alvinston 


329.81 
1,826.33 


329.81 


Amherstburg 






1,826.33 


Ancaster twp 


357.95 
13.98 


357.95 
14.36 




Arkona 




0.38 


Aylmer 


13.39 
60.09' 


13.39 


Ayr 






60.09 


Baden 


161.80 


161.80 




Beachville 


471.04 


471.04 


Belle River 


157.74 


157.74 
4.33 




Blenheim 


255.45 
402.98 
539.36 


259.78 


Blyth 




402.98 


Bolton 






539.36 


Bothwell 


147.24 
1,839.46 
4,475.92 

737.99 
20.80 


147.24 
1,839.46 
4,475.92 

737.99 
20.80 




Brampton 






Brantford 






Brantford twp 






Bridgeport 






Brigden 


365.43 
408.95 
194.68 


365.43 


Brussels 






408.95 


Burford 






194.68 


Burgessville 


220.22 
656.40 

33.14 
421.67 
423.00 

32.01 
369.13 

488.15 


220.22 
656.40 

33.14 
421.67 
423.00 

41.83 
369.13 

488.15 




Caledonia 






Campbellville 






Cayuga 






Chatham 






Chippawa 




9.82 


Clifford 






Clinton 






Comber 


286.25 
73.70 


286.25 


Cottam 






73.70 


Courtright.....'. 


251.67 
85.10 


251.67 
85.10 




Dashwood 






Delaware 


5.87 


5.87 


Dorchester 


234.40 
379.90 


234.40 
379.90 




Drayton 






Dresden 


347.66 
267.07 


347.66 


Drumbo 






267.07 


Dublin 


408.48 
1,495.92 






Dundas 




1,495.92 




Dunnville 


3,520.34 
354.72 


3,520.34 


Dutton 






354.72 


East Windsor 


1,012.44 


1,012.44 











1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 


$ c. 
0.36 


$ c. 

1,008.80 

144.84 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,008.44 

151.90 


$ c. 


7.06 








7.89 


148.69 
192.05 


156.58 


8.75 






183.30 


49.53 




1,284.84 
127.96 


1,334.37 
118.23 






9.73 

0.38 








129.71 


130.09 


0.40 


541.79 

65.93 

318.11 

211.35 
163.33 
308.70 
293.47 
52.47 

57.79 
1,996.61 


542.19 

67.75 

313.34 

227.68 
158.14 
313.69 
305.39 
67.54 

53.71 
1,946.62 




1.82 










4.77 






16.33 








5.19 






4.99 






11.92 








15.07 










4.08 
49.99 
84.37 
22.00 

0.61 














6,090.77 


6,175.14 




265.55 


243.55 




120.47 
12.09 


121.08 


7.29 






4.80 


11.70 




456.97 
350.62 


468.67 
355.72 




5.10 










6.11 
19.06 

0.91 
14.23 
11.54 

0.49 
10.23 

14.71 


200.79 


206.90 




208.28 


189.22 






111.96 
354.61 


112.87 








368.84 




1,644.61 


.1,633.07 






175.78 


176.27 




215.38 

182.12 
323.91 


205.15 

167.41 
332.22 










8.31 






2.16 




132.26 


130.10 




10.07 

2.84 


170.43 
4.92 


160.36 
2.08 










0.21 


127.37 
161.18 


127.16 




7.35 

10.28 






168.53 




221.01 
895.87 


210.73 
903.01 




7.14 






8.46 




16.75 
219.72 


8.29 




16.34 
40.49 






644 . 54 




605.79 

1,011.59 

332.19 


565.30 

1,074.19 

342.76 




62.60 






10.57 










27.85 


512.29 


540.14 











190 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Elmira 


Nov., 

Nov., 

Jan., 

July, 

July, 

Nov., 
Aug., 
June, 
Nov., 
June, 

Mar., 
May, 
Sept., 
Aug., 
Feb., 

July, 

Dec, 

Sept., 

Feb., 

July, 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Feb., 

Dec, 

Oct., 

May, 

Feb., 

Nov., 

Jan., 

April, 

Nov., 

Nov., 

June, 

Jan., 

Aug., 

Jan., 
Jan., 
Feb., 

Nov., 
April, 

Dec, 
Nov., 
April, 
June, 
May, 


1913 
1914 
1915 
1924 
1925 

1923 
1917 
1916 
1914 
1926 

1917 
1911 
1913 
1920 
1914 

1916 
1910 
1913 
1911 
1916 

1923 
1917 
1911 
1916 
1924 

1911 
1924 
1923 
1911 
1915 

1925 
1923 
1916 
1911 
1914 

1925 
1931 
1915 
1915 
1920 

1922 
1920 
1913 
1916 
1912 


$ c 


$ c 
533.43 
506.83 


$ c 
533.43 
516.81 


$ c 


Elora 




9.98 


Embro 


362.25 

263.59 

78.13 


362.25 


Erieau 






263.59 


Erie Beach 






78.13 


Essex 


31.15 


31.15 




Etobicoke 


2,863.51 


2,863.51 


Exeter 


179.36 
885.10 


179.36 

885.10 

2.32 




Fergus 






Fonthill 


319.23 

876.05 
624.46 


321.55 


Forest 




876.05 


Gait 






624.46 


Georgetown 


811.96 


811.96 




Glencoe 


280.53 


280.53 


Goderich 


1,434.08 

211.82 

2,704.44 

1,960.06 

82,617.86 

619.44 


1,434.08 

211.82 

2,704.44 

1,960.06 

119,980.90 

619.44 




Granton 






Guelph 






Hagersville 






Hamilton 




37,363.04 


Harriston 






Harrow 


133.21 


133.21 




161.73 


161.73 




Hespeler 


2,911.93 

132.78 


2,911.93 


Highgate 




2.01 
169.07 


134.79 


Humberstone 


169.07 

3,756.16 
988.06 




Ingersoll . . . . 






Jarvis 




988.06 




Kingsville ... 


92.84 


92.84 


Kitchener 


5,467.11 


5,493.50 


26.39 


Lambeth... 


161.78 
108.47 


161.78 


La Salle 






108.47 


Leamington 


331.10 

690.30 

6,797.96 

8,647.14 


331.10 

690.30 

6,797.96 

8,333.61 




Listowel 






London 






London Railway Commission. 






London twp 


292.41 
613.34 


292.41 
613.34 


Long Branch 






2.44 


Lucan 


83.25 


85.69 


155.28 


Lynden 


155.28 

558.88 


558.88 


Markham 








Merlin 


104.00 
728.19 
1,109.85 
251.76 
178.62 


104.00 
728.19 
1,109.85 
251.76 
178.62 




Merritton 






Milton 






Milverton 






Mimico 













1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



191 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

15.78 

9.65 


$ c. 


$ c. 
229.17 
530.02 


$ c. 


$ c. 
244.95 








539.67 


10.88 


520.86 
240.75 


531.74 
245.19 




4.44 








2.37 




52.71 


50.34 




0.94 


159.13 
1,100.45 


158.19 
1,178.27 




77.82 








5.35 
26.67 


357.05 

118.88 


362.40 








145.55 


10.93 


465.53 
472.92 


476.46 
496.44 




23.52 








10.47 




6,444.75 


6,434.28 




22.51 


1,873.68 
201.77 
311.84 


1,851.17 
209.15 
270.51 




7.38 








41.33 

6.55 
53.94 
53.91 

2,668.56 
19.55 








215.38 


221.93 




2,213.62 
269.31 


2,159.68 
215.40 










1,011.36 


53,751.93 


55,409.13 




677.45 
327.30 


657.90 
330.93 




3.63 








4.75 


30.44 


35.19 


67.34 


593.82 
140.29 
134.78 


661.16 
143.19 
129.46 




2.90 










5.32 

150.25 
29.02 








2,050.21 
391.72 
232.29 

2,949.44 


5,956.62 








420.74 


2.71 






229.58 




164.68 






3,114.12 


5.71 


63.01 


68.72 




3.27 




352.26 
1,141.48 


348.99 




9.03 
19.59 

188.48 
328.53 






1,150.51 




1,074.20 


1,054.61 






23,562.06 
6,855.79 


23,750.54 








7,497.85 


7.88 


34.74 
702.97 


42.62 
719.64 




16.67 










1.59 


134.90 


136.49 


5.53 


217.05 
346.19 

97.92 


222.58 
359.29 

94.69 




13.10 










3.23 

20.43 

30.29 

9.63 

6.58 








2,574.69 
113.82 


2,595.12 








144.11 




196.82 


187.19 






612.17 


618.75 











192 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited Charged 


Mitchell 


Sept., 1911 
Mar., 1918 
Mar., 1915 
Mar., 1921 
Mar., 1911 

Feb., 1914 
Dec, 1915 
Aug., 1919 
May, 1912 
Feb., 1918 

Feb., 1916 
July, 1916 
Feb., 1914 
May, 1920 
May, 1916 

Dec, 1914 
Nov., 1916 
Mar., 1920 
Aug., 1912 
Nov., 1912 

Dec, 1921 
Nov., 1926 
April, 1912 
Jan., 1911 
Jan., 1915 

Mar., 1921 
June, 1925 
Dec, 1915 
Nov., 1922 
Sept., 1913 

Feb., 1917 
April, 1914 
Nov., 1922 
Sept., 1915 
Sept., 1917 

May, 1911 
April, 1911 
Feb., 1924 
Dec, 1916 
Aug., 1918 

Nov., 1911 
Aug., 1915 
Aug., 1917 
Nov., 1916 
Sept., 1923 


$ c 


$ c 
179.63 
171.44 


. $ c 
179.63 
171.44 


$ c 


Moorefield 






Mount Brydges 


116.29 

48.58 
447.67 

5,935.12 


116.29 


Newbury 






48.58 


New Hamburg 






447.67 


New Toronto 






5,935.12 


Niagara Falls 


49,899.39 

65.87 

223.63 


31,494.65 

65.87 

223.63 




Niagara-on-the-Lake 






Norwich 






Oil Springs 


584.75 


584.75 


Otterville 


173.17 
334.69 
509.23 


173.17 
334.69 
509.23 




Palmerston 






Paris 






Parkhill ... 


98.32 
2,343.97 

271.58 
1,666.03 
1,255.29 


98.32 


Petrolia 






2,343.97 


Plattsville 






271.58 


Point Edward 






1,666.03 


Port Colborne 






1,255.29 


Port Credit . 


831.37 
187.03 


831.37 
187.03 




Port Dalhousie 






Port Dover 


1,279.15 

302.22 

1,057.22 


1,279.15 


Port Rowan 






302.22 


Port Stanley 






1,057.22 


Preston 


1,224.13 


1,224.13 




Princeton 


536.65 

90.68 

1,755.00 

35.71 


536.65 


Queenston 






90.68 


Richmond Hill .... 






1,755.00 


Ridgetown 






35.71 


Riverside 


684.83 


684.83 




Rockwood 


111.11 


111.11 


Rodney 


394.84 

5,286.31 

105.30 


394.84 

5,286.31 

105.30 




St. Catharines 






St. Clair Beach 






St. George 


216.04 


216.04 


St. Jacobs 


392.27 
2,056.97 


392.27 
2,056.97 




St. Marys 






St. Thomas 


1,821.24 

1,050.70 

11,211.35 

4,134.29 


1,821.24 


Sandwich 






1,050.70 


Sarnia 






11,211.35 


Scarboro twp 






4,134.29 


Seaforth 


312.63 


312.63 




Simcoe 


2,237.43 


2,237.43 


Springfield 


65.49 

1,485.15 


65.49 
1,485.15 




Stamford twp 






Stouffville 


268.79 


268.79 











1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5.35 
5.34 


$ c. 


$ c. 
555.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 
561.07 




56.05 

72.30 

97.29 

414.56 

6,485.06 


50.71 

75.80 

98.70 

• 426.58 

6,604.15 




3.50 






1.41 








12.02 






119.09 










736.19 
1.96 
6.15 


21,320.74 


40,461.67 




779.56 


777.60 






363.85 


370.00 


11.34 


196.98 


208.32 






4.84 
10.78 
14.01 


152.47 


157.31 




901.64 


890.86 






551.44 
248.51 


565.45 


3.50 






245.01 


63.19 




1,869.81 

51.48 

1,950.17 

908.99 

538.97 

164.56 

831.93 

201.28 

1,197.54 


1,933.00 

58.75 

1,977.74 

934.16 

515.19 

157.94 

871.34 

207.31 

1,232.41 




7.27 








27.57 








25.17 










23.78 
6.62 












39.41 






6.03 








34.87 










36.22 


1,693.77 


1,729.99 


11.22 


215.50 

83.09 
255.90 

20.33 
663.99 
230.99 


226.72 

85.21 
320.37 
" 21.32 
645.15 
233.98 




2.12 








64.47 








0.99 










18.84 






2.99 








10.34 

123.50 

2.90 


547.39 
6,192.78 


557.73 








6,316.28 




88.39 
515.73 


85.49 
520.37 


4.64 








11.18 
61.99 


109.29 


120.47 




1,071.06 


1,009.07 




48.30 


2,279.12 
959.15 


2,230.82 
927.83 


31.32 








185.53 




8,552.94 
2,569.26 

137.18 
1,904.10 


8,738.47 
2,682.07 

129.71 
1,947.99 




112.81 










7.47 






43.89 








1.77 

28.32 


233.72 

1,848.78 
18.11 


235.49 








1,877.10 
10.98 


7.13 

















194 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Stratford 


Jan., 

Dec, 

Aug., 

Nov., 

Nov., 

Feb., 

Oct., 

May, 

Mar., 

Jan., 

April, 
Aug., 
June, 
Aug., 

Nov., 

Feb., 
June, 
Nov., 
April, 
Dec, 

Sept., 

Sept., 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Jan., 

Feb., 
Oct., 
Dec, 
Jan., 

Nov., 

July, 
Nov., 
Sept., 

Jan., 


1911 
1914 
1923 
1916 
1922 

1914 
1915 
1922 
1914 
1921 

1915 
1911 
1911 
1913 
1914 

1915 
1921 
1911 
1915 
1910 

1917 
1917 
1916 
1917 
1911 

1924 
1914 
1914 
1911 
1916 

1925 
1923 
1917 

1927 


$ c 

3,133.08 

2,187.65 

524.95 

658.13 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
3,133.08 


Strathroy 






2,187.65 


Sutton 






524.95 


Tavistock 






658.13 


Tecumseh 


109.48 
69.73 


109.48 
69.73 




Thamesford 






Thamesville 


354.24 

498.03 

59:66 

47.87 


354.24 


Thedford 






498.03 


Thorndale 






59.66 


Thorold 






47.87 


Tilbury 


136.59 


136.59 




Tillsonburg 


45.88 


45.88 


Toronto 


117,913.39 


118,851.10 


937.71 


Toronto twp 


1,496.95 


1,496.95 


Walkerville 


4,835.51 
701.54 


4,835.51 

701.54 
3.77 




Wallaceburg 






Wardsville 


39.40 
137.64 
494.84 


43.17 


Waterdown.... 




137.64 


Waterford 






494.84 


Waterloo 


14,148.87 


14,203.87 




Watford 


1,047.77 


1,047.77 


Welland 


684.45 


684.45 




Wellesley 


46.44 

51.54 

1,698.00 


46.44 


West Lome 






51.54 


Weston 






1,698.00 


Wheatley 


209.80 
7,469.05 


209. 8/) 
7,469.05 




Windsor 






Woodbridge 


478.90 


478.90 


Woodstock 


4,584.88 


4,584.88 




Wyoming 


264.14 

2,396.63 
1,229.81 


264.14 


York East twp 






2,396.63 


York North twp 




14.85 
119.38 


1,244.66 


Zurich 


119.38 




Toronto Transportation 
Commission 


389.70 


389.70 










Totals municipalities 




76,944.31 


352,164.16 


367,713.29 


115,321.35 




Feb., 
Sept., 
June, 
Nov., 
Nov., 


1928 
1930 
1929 
1923 
1922 




Rural Power Districts* 
Acton R.P.D. 




714.71 

30.58 

626.42 


743.30 

31.80 

302.68 

340.38 

65.45 




Ailsa Craig R.P.D 






Alvinston R.P.D. . 






Amherstburg R.P.D. 


31,766.35 
14,460.63 


370.97 


Aylmer R.P.D 




65.45 









*For townships included 
ating" statements preceding. 



in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



195 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
51.16 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,520.51 
1,499.36 

391.29 
1,280.89 

410.37 

464.13 
477.91 
148.56 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,571.67 
1,547.19 

401.85 
1,299.71 

407.36 

462.10 
487.30 
162.50 


$ c. 


47.83 








10.56 








18.82 











3.01 
2.03 










9.39 






13.94 








2.12 




81.82 
911.97 


79.70 


1.27 








910.70 




3.82 


179.78 


175.96 




1.07 


1,194.50 
8,283.13 


1,193.43 




3,525.35 






11,808.48 


30.53 


1,843.47 


1,874.00 






133.01 
20.91 


9,265.52 


9,398.53 




1,273.96 

9.70 

154.01 

415.26 


1,253.05 

10.74 

156.86 

429.47 




1.04 






2.85 








14.21 










209.70 


3,142.98 


3,297.68 


32.62 


870.63 


903.25 






22.88 


1,358.02 


1,380.90 


1.21 


26.59 


27.80 




1.11 




315.00 
54.90 

106.98 
20,987.66 


313.89 


38.33 








16.57 




5.89 
207.09 






112.87 








21,194.75 


14.38 


275.55 


• 289.93 






130.64 


2,838.11 


2,968.75 


7.90 


74.52 
1,652.82 


82.42 
1,685.12 




32.30 








20.30 




979.10 


958.80 




3.47 


26.31 
971.45 


22.84 
983.07 




11.62 














2,761.66 


9,663.36 


74,895.33 


198,002.18 


75,827.28 


228,663.74 




28.59 

1.22 

25.06 




213.61 
159.93 
259.78 




213.61 








159.93 








608.58 


1,269.72 


1,033.74 
1,418.58 


34,039.22 
16,457.64 




578.43 

















196 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district* 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Ayr R.P.D 


July, 

Sept., 

Jan., 

Dec, 

July, 

Mar., 
Dec, 

Nov., 

Oct., 

Jan., 

Dec, 
Oct., 
May, 
July, 
July, 

Oct., 
Dec, 
May, 
Aug., 
Jan., 

July, 
Feb., 
June, 
Jan., 

Nov., 

Nov., 

Nov., 

Oct., 

Nov., 

June, 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Oct., 

Dec, 

Nov., 

Oct., 

May, 

Mar., 

Nov., 

Oct., 

Nov., 
June, 
Feb., 


1926 
1922 
1923 
1922 
1924 

1924 
1923 
1923 

1922 
1927 

1926 
1925 
1922 
1922 
1928 

1922 
1921 
1928 
1922 
1922 

1928 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1924 

1922 
1926 
1922 
1924 
1925 

1924 
1925 
1925 
1929 
1923 

1922 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1926 

1922 
1926 
1922 


$ c 


$ c 

308.58 

6,230.65 


$ c 
320.92 

6,479.88 
64.57 
46.90 


$ c 


Baden R.P.D. 






Beamsville R.P.D 


44,918.13 
33,776.42 

18,787.27 

53,817.20 
6,459,85 


64.57 


Belle River R.P.D 




47.30 


Blenheim R.P.D 






Bond Lake R.P.D 




15.79 

170.14 

647.67 

10,429.73 

2,760.10 

16.65 

7,817.49 

29.35 


22.68 


Bothwell R.P.D 




1,686.53 


Brampton R.P.D 


622.76 
9,977.18 
4,607.34 


28.21 


Brant R.P.D. 




53.46 


Brigden R.P.D. 






Burford R.P.D 


2,037.82 


55.11 


Caledonia R.P.D 


6,695.74 


853.92 


Chatham R.P.D... 


18,258.59 
3,288.62 


41.94 


Chippawa R.P.D. 






Clinton R.P.D 


3,509.76 


3,722.15 

8.09 

2,079.54 

587.38 

52.40 

4.76 

4,025.22 
3,584.10 
2,461.47 
3,930.01 
19.92 

17.05 
434.33 


121.86 


Delaware R.P.D. 


2,834.44 


70.58 


Dorchester R.P.D 


1,933.28 
564.79 


71.45 


Dresden R.P.D. 






Drumbo R.P.D. 


128.97 
20,644.73 


52.40 


Dundas R.P.D. 




4.76 


Dunnville R.P.D 


5,149.99 
3,446.25 
3,453.96 

3,778.85 


80.76 


Dutton R.P.D. 






Elmira R.P.D. 






Elora R.P.D. 






Essex R.P.D. 


21,325.92 
12,352.37 


19.92 


Exeter R.P.D 




17.05 


Forest R.P.D. 


368.28 


51.32 


Gait R.P.D. 


2.261.88 
698.86 


1.22 


Georgetown R.P.D. 




179.32 

1,588.98 

95.00 

7,407.54 

575.53 

1,671.28 

8.88 

6,943.93 

33.88 

38.64 

38.38 

2,211.17 

45.54 

366.68 

2,715.80 


179.32 


Goderich R.P.D. 


3,728.05 


7.80 


Grantham R.P.D. 


451.26 


146.65 


Guelph R.P.D. 


10,660.74 

361.20 

2,312.89 


149.64 


Haldimand R.P.D 




865.51 


Harriston R.P.D... 




57.05 


Harrow R.P.D. 


19,683.08 


8.88 


Ingersoll R.P.D. 


6,675.86 




Jordan R.P.D. 


12,385.29 


38.08 


Keswick R.P.D. 


9,507.31 


46.74 


Kingsville R.P.D. 


39,242.14 


132.54 


Listowel R.P.D. 


2,126.12 




London R.P.D. 


17,457.43 


43.41 


Lucan R.P.D. 


352.58 
2,395.89 




Lynden R.P.D 




224.07 









*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



197 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

12.34 

249.23 


$ c. 


$ c. 

818.83 

2,504.64 


$ c. 


$ c. 
818.83 








2,504.64 


1,796.73 


1,279.20 

951.38 

2,516.66 

1,646.46 

383.71 


47,994.06 
36,078.45 
22,055.42 

57,609.24 
5,557.83 




1,351.05 








751.49 






2,152.47 








230.66 










25.47 
399.09 
184.29 


1,725.15 

3,228.25 

702.61 


1,753.92 








3,228.25 








2,734.14 


80.23 


93.45 


2,173.04 






267.83 


994.04 


994.04 


730.01 


471.20 


19,447.21 
3,094.57 




131.54 




325.59 
1,651.39 






141.44 




1,702.30 


113.38 


701.55 
224.74 


3,586.88 
222.14 






77.41 
22.59 








716.31 

1,885.90 


716.31 


5.16 






1,751.77 


825.79 




1,380.56 


22,851.08 






206.00 
137.85 
138.16 
151.16 


1,996.34 

2,248.68 

990.19 

2,089.29 


3,407.87 








2,248.68 








2,120.84 








2,089.29 


853.04 


1,913.94 

131.71 
425.37 


.24,092.90 

12,978.17 

. 425.37 

1,909.04 




494.09 










14.73 






90.45 


442.07 
1,508.02 
1,998.52 

2,651.24 
2,536.06 
3,040.05 
1,074.85 




27.95 






781.21 




149.20 






4,294.59 


16.31 






2,235.32 




424.32 
32.37 
92.69 






6,363.22 








3,723.60 








1,866.20 


787.32 


3,131.14 


23,601.54 






267.03 


4,137.77 
2,235.14 
4,078.54 


4,136.73 


495.28 




10,641.23 






380.49 




13,974.44 


1,569.28 


1,299.31 


42,016.57 






85.05 


2,150.85 

822.16 

36.02 

1,785.09 


2,150.85 


698.09 




17,335.49 






14.10 
95.84 




36.02 








1,785.09 











198 



TWENTY-SEVENTH. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district* 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Markham R.P.D 


Dec, 

Nov., 

Jan., 
Aug., 
Dec, 
Mar., 
Jan., 

May, 
Dec, 
Oct., 
Aug., 
April, 

Mar., 
Nov., 
Dec, 
Aug., 
Feb., 

July, 
June, 
Dec, 

Nov., 
Nov., 

Mar., 
July, 
Dec, 
Nov., 
April, 

Nov., 
Dec, 
Dec, 
Jan., 
Dec, 

Nov., 

Oct., 

Nov., 

Dec, 

April, 

Jan., 
Feb., 


1922 
1928 

1925 
1927 
1925 
1924 
1922 

1925 
1925 
1926 
1923 
1922 

1922 
1922 
1927 
1923 
1922 

1922 
1923 
1923 
1927 
1922 

1922 
1924 
1926 
1922 
1923 

1927 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1926 

1924 
1922 
1923 
1929 
1922 

1923 
1922 


$ c 
32,398.23 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


Merlin R.P.D 


5,418.05 


5,634.77 




Milton R.P.D 


4,842.06 




Milverton R.P.D 


5,628.93 


3,478.34 


3.54 


Mitchell R.P.D... 


1,986.41 

6,843.32 

19,942.28 

5,675.39 

2,871.43 


6.35 


Newmarket R.P.D... 




1.43 


2.15 


Niagara R.P.D 






Norwich R.P.D 




53.14 


69.00 


Oil Springs R.P.D 






Palmerston R.P.D 


6,208.19 
625.54 


4,581.51 

650.56 

36.75 

98.90 


12.15 


Petrolia R.P.D 






Preston R.P.D 


7,640.74 

1,547.39 
547.61 


36.75 


Ridgetown R.P.D. ... 




• 157.88 


St. Jacobs R.P.D 






St. Marys R.P.D 


11,427.10 


11,884.18 

30.44 

185.22 

425.61 


66.94 


St. Thomas R.P.D. . . 


20,239.26 
2,967.79 

57,122.09 
16,385.27 
29,875.94 


33.34 


Saltfleet R.P.D 




188.61 


Sandwich R.P.D 




468.09 


Sarnia R.P.D 




18.00 


Scarboro R.P.D 




41.94 
22.40 
23.55 


45.54 


Seaforth R.P.D 


649.50 


22.40 


Simcoe R.P.D 


2,303.74 
6,503.41 


30.32 


Stamford R.P.D. . 






Stratford R.P.D 


1,078.08 
735.26 


1,121.20 
764.67 
212.62 

9,350.93 


8.02 


Strathroy R.P.D 




37.30 


Streetsville R.P.D 


9,679.55 


226.19 


Tavistock R.P.D. 


8,991.28 




Thamesville R.P.D. 


507.92 
5,672.74 
4,633.66 
8,533.22 
4,611.27 

1,981.40 
43,849.81 




Tilbury R.P.D 




40.50 

42.96 

15.62 

148.61 

69.90 

939.62 

1,014.54 

274.83 

332.31 

104.38 
3.60 


40.50 


Tillsonburg R.P.D 




49.53 


Wallaceburg R.P.D 




15.62 


Walsingham R.P.D 




149.87 


Walton R.P.D. . 




69.90 


Waterdown R.P.D 




939.62 


Waterford R.P.D 


958.00 
264.26 


18.22 


Watford R.P.D 






Welland R.P.D 


31,416.33 

15,838.30 
10,181.57 


374.09 


Woodbridge R.P.D 




155.96 


Woodstock R.P.D 




4.14 








Totals, Rural power districts.. 




733,635.38 
76,944.31 


132,123.95 
352,164.16 


116,714.80 
367,713.29 


8,931.17 


Totals, Municipalities 




115,321.35 








Grand Totals 




810,579.69 


484,288.11 


484,428.09 


124,252.52 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



199 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
1,295.93 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,203.01 


$ c. 


$ c. 
38,897.17 


$ c. 




216.72 


1,561.51 

1,109.10 
1,859.58 


1,561.51 


193.68 




.... 3,926.64 






225.16 




4,238.87 


79.39 


81.77 


2,141.22 
6,956.55 

22,206.87 

4,789.17 
3,289.82 




273.70 




159.75 




797.69 




1,466.90 




226.69 




1,097.05 




114.86 




303.53 






248.33 
25.02 


2,240.93 

92.29 

1,991.54 

1,031.31 
2,276.25 
2,770.35 
1,164.03 


4,128.09 








92.29 


305.63 




5,954.83 
516.95 




59.85 








21.90 






1,706.74 




458.54 






2,838.75 


809.48 




19,881.81 
8,340.92 

59,047.02 
19,530.17 
38,504.25 




118.61 




5,257.91 




2,283.52 




316.11 




655.17 




2,507.73 
7,436.87 




1,195.04 










25.98 


406.93 


1,082.41 


92.07 


251.80 
192.18 


2,640.84 
6,955.73 




260.14 










43.21 
30.52 


1,535.94 

346.67 

1,829.67 

1,078.43 

411.03 


1,544.05 








385.08 


386.91 




8,223.22 






359.65 




1,078.43 


20.32 




117.21 
6,592.53 
2,641.85 
9,439.87 
4,754.37 

1,558.10 

43,330.37 

611.34 

40.99 

29,736.34 

16,983.31 
8,739.12 




226.91 




692.88 




185.14 




2,170.38 




341.33 




565.32 




184.41 




40.05 

502.56 
2,273.43 




79.26 








1,753.99 










38.32 

10.57 


611.34 
40.99 










1,255.60 


2,893.81 




632.49 




564.10 




407.25 




1,849.16 












29,305.43 
2,761.66 


5,305.57 
9,663.36 


44,179.03 
74,895.33 


84,014.77 
198,002.18 


780,515.67 

75,827.28 


87,056.49 
228,663.74 


32,067.09 


14,968.93 


119,074.36 


282,016.95 


856,342.95 


315,720.23 



200 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $20,375,039.60 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1933 1,688,849.71 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $18,686,189.89 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power dis- 
tricts as part of the cost of power delivered to them .... $1,062,515.82 

Amounts included in costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 259,028.24 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of con- 
tracts with private companies which purchased 
power and against equipment in local distribution 
systems ;....' 305,620.76 

Payments by Ottawa Valley Power Company in respect of 

Chats Falls transformer station, under agreement . . 11,160.17 

Minor credits to reserve upon transfers of lines and 

equipment 8,349.13 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the 

credit of the account 747,447.59 

2,394,121.71 

$21,080,311.60 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1934 113,033.30 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $20,967,278.30 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 201 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $9,106,600.64 

Adjustment of cost of power in year 1933 in respect of certain 

company contracts, which were revised to a cost basis 453.16 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power 

within rural power districts $129,514.12 

Share of profits on sale of securities in which a portion of 

the reserve funds of the Commission stood invested.... 21,488 . 53 

Provision in respect of certain rural lines transferred to 

Niagara System 1,897.97 

Provision for Contingencies in respect of the Chats Falls 
transformer station held jointly by the Ottawa Power 
Company and the Commission 16,510.13 

Commission's share of American and Sterling exchange 
(net credit i on the transfer of funds to New York and 
London by the Province of Ontario to meet capital 
retirements, inclusive of adjustments of amounts 
overcharged the Commission in years 1932 and 1933. 63,042.56 

Note — Above amount is exclusive of exchange 
on interest coupons. 

Interest at 4 ( f per annum on monthly balances at the 

credit of the account 364,264.03 



Contingencies met with during the year incidental to plant 

operation $57,341.62 

Interest on Commission's investment in the Terminal Building 
at Hamilton $36,339.29 together with the operating loss 
for the year on the building of $3,731 .49 (before provisions 
for renewals and sinking fund^ 40,070.78 

Cost to the Commission (including provision for sinking fund 
$463,860 . 08 and renewals $305,620 . 76") of power delivered 
to private companies and customers under flat rate 
contracts in excess of the revenue received from them 1,348,697.11 

Interest on Commission's advances, and invest- 
ment in the capital stock of the Hamilton 

Street Railway $156,907.79 

in excess of profit for the year (before pro- 
vision for renewal of road and equipment) from 

operation of the street railway 25,731.60 

131,176.19 



Reversing amounts credited to contingencies reserves in the 
years 1932 and 1933 in respect of adjustment of amounts 
charged to City of Hamilton for 60-cycle power supplied 
in these years 37,363.04 

Amount appropriated from the contingency reserve and 
applied proportionately to each municipality in reduction 
of the cost of delivery of power thereto in the year ending 
October 31, 1934 1,521,131.25 



$9,107,053.80 



596,717.34 
$9,703,771.14 



3,135,779.99 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $6,567,991.15 



202 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 
hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 
its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 
of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 
thereon to October 31, 1934 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1934 



Acton 

Agin court 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg ... 

An caster twp.. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beach ville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford twp 
Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgess ville... 
Caledonia 

Campbellville.. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunn ville 

Dutton 

East Windsor. 



17 years 

10 " 

14 " 

11 " 
17 " 

11 " 

8 " 

11 " 

15 " 
17 " 

17 " 

12 " 
14 " 
11 " 
14 " 

14 " 

18 " 

15 " 

11 ." 

7 " 

12 " 

11 " 
14 " 

13 " 

17 " 

10 " 

10 " 

14 " 

12 " 

11 " 

15 " 
14 " 

8 " 

11 " 

12 " 

14 " 

15 " 

11 " 

14 " 

15 " 

12 " 

18 " 

11 " 
14 " 

12 " 



Amount 



$ c. 
39,496.60 

5,977.41 
10,326.94 
10,682.38 
30,980.31 

9,432.10 
3,415.16 

25,372.96 
9,069.93 

20,951.67 

26,195.49 
5,846.56 

23,423.97 
5,601.56 

11,594.40 

11,986.22 
103,319.95 
530,929.09 

18,138.49 
3,071.37 

7,753.45 
7,802.49 
8,456.43 
3,481.08 
13,726.27 

1,344.24 

5,318.80 

244,910.27 

10,688.98 

3,866.53 

29,163.38 

12,377.19 

2,241.59 

3,442.98 

5,320.48 

1,807.27 
4,472.71 
7,548.33 
19,749.25 
4,038.57 

3,689.72 

89,560.24 

36,067.19 

12,290.97 

139,261.93 



Municipality 



Elmira 

Elora 

Embro. 

Erieau. : 

Erie Beach 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1934 



Essex 

Etobicoke. 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 



Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 



Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville. 
Hamilton... 
Harriston ... 



Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 



Ingersoll ... 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 
Kitchener. 
Lambeth.. 



La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Ry. Comm 



London twp.. 
Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 



Merlin 

Merritton. 

Milton 

Milverton. 
Mimico 



16 years 

15 " 

15 " 

11 " 

10 " 

11 " 

12 " 

13 " 

15 " 
9 " 

12 " 
18 " 

16 " 
11 " 

15 " 

13 " 
18 " 

16 " 
18 " 
13 " 

11 " 

13 " 

18 " 

13 " 
11 " 

18 " 

11 " 

11 " 

18 " 

14 " 

9 " 

11 " 

13 " 
18 " 

15 M 

10 " 
4 " 

14 " 
14 M 

11 " 

11 " 

13 " 

16 " 
13 " 

17 M 



Amount 



$ c. 

51,067.54 

24,632.20 

7,183.10 

3,433.22 

854.37 

17,634.36 

106,902.55 

25,838.84 

32,735.24 

3,286.68 

18,861.78 
343,202.53 
61,884.68 
12,064.89 
77,619.35 

5,231.62 

408,030.88 

51,378.73 

2,509,831.45 

21,007.34 

12,915.13 
9,656.41 

64,440.55 
6,421.85 

11,183.77 

115,594.19 

8,786.49 

23,734.07 

781,227.72 
5,913.61 

7,853.54 

44,229.84 

45,689.81 

1,416,043.89 

91,307.81 

9,502.15 
8,831.29 

12,242.49 
9,126.37 

10,457.40 

7,831.92 
62,634.58 
67,705.64 
29,573.74 

83,618.27 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 
hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 
its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 
of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 
thereon to October 31, 1934 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1934 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1934 



Amount 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges... 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 



18 years 

11 " 

14 " 
11 " 

18 " 

15 " 

14 " 

11 " 

17 " 

11 " 

13 " 

13 " 

15 " 

11 " 
13 " 

15 " 

12 " 

13 " 
17 " 

13 " 

11 " 

8 " 

17 " 

18 " 

15 " 

11 " 

10 " 

14 " 

12 " 

16 " 

12 " 

13 " 
12 " 

14 " 

12 " 

18 " 

18 " 

11 " 

13 " 

11 " 

18 " 

14 " 

12 " 



$ 

27,708, 
3,931, 
4,460, 
2,767, 

31,661, 

259,357, 
356,603, 

18,308, 
23,485, 
16,048, 

5,127. 
26,653, 
71,286, 
11,259. 
63,863. 

5,589. 
29,386. 
55,085. 
22,366. 
19,140. 

14,397. 

3,876. 

24,446. 

168,456. 

5,171. 

4,112. 

9,707. 

25,643. 

48,821. 
7,008. 

7,797. 

325,288. 

3,989. 

8,522. 
8,820. 

84,613. 
293,235. 
140,799. 
367,445. 

97,483. 

40,569. 

56,252. 

5,819. 



Stamford twp 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto twp 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston *.. 

Wheatley 

Windsor '.. 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York East twp. 

York North twp 

Zurich 

Toronto Trans. Com. 
Sandwich, Windsor& 
AmherstburgRy.Co. 
Windsor, Essex & 
Lake Shore Railway 
Association 



13 years 
11 " 



18 
15 
11 
13 
12 

15 
14 
11 
15 
12 

14 
18 
18 
16 
15 

14 
11 
18 
14 
18 

12 

12 
13 
13 
18 

11 
15 
15 
18 
13 

10 
11 
12 



13 
12 



$ c. 

54,280.79 

8,912.62 

375,971.07 

52,620.90 

8,303.72 

26,989.11 

14,944.13 

10,643.46 

10,545.78 

5,462.05 

5,593.83 

52,920.28 

27,410.33 

52,836.24 

11,464,279.18 

56,414.19 

395,616.59 

113,492.49 

2,124.80 

14,627.98 

19,469.40 

158,041.94 

13,162.12 

165,902.51 

10,780.94 

17,748.82 

139,319.79 

7,289.53 

1,166,493.19 

17,807.19 

233,803.35 

4,964.31 

137,501.58 

60,834.26 

8,299.79 

136,876.98 

114,149.86 



9,681.42 



204 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 
hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 
its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 
of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 
thereon to October 31, 1934 



Rural power district* 



Acton R.P.D 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D 

Alvinston R.P.D 

Amherstburg R.P.D. 
Aylmer R.P.D 



Ayr R.P.D 

Baden R.P.D 

Beamsville R.P.D. 
Belle River R.P.D. 
Blenheim R.P.D 



Bond Lake R.P.D. 
Bothwell R.P.D. 
Brampton R.P.D. 

Brant R.P.D 

Brigden R.P.D 



Burford R.P.D 

Caledonia R.P.D. 
Chatham R.P.D. 
Chippawa R.P.D. 
Clinton R.P.D 



Delaware R.P.D 

Dorchester R.P.D. 

Dresden R.P.D 

Drumbo R.P.D 

Dundas R.P.D 



Dunnville R.P.D. 

Dutton R.P.D 

Elmira R.P.D 

Elora R.P.D 

Essex R.P.D 



Exeter R.P.D 

Forest R.P.D 

Gait R.P.D 

Georgetown R.P.D. 
Goderich R.P.D. ... 



Grantham R.P.D. 

Guelph R.P.D 

Haldimand R.P.D. 

Harriston R.P.D 

Harrow R.P.D 



Ingersoll R.P.D. 

Jordan R.P.D 

Keswick R.P.D. 
Kingsville R.P.D. 
Listowel R.P.D... 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 



7 years 

5 " 

6 " 

11 " 
13 " 

9 " 

13 " 

12 " 
12 " 
11 " 



Amount 



$ c. 
536.28 
259.40 
269.33 
29,668.18 
15,446.78 

2,052.13 
15,080.25 
44,721.05 
14,102.46 

7,612.72 

34,731.36 
6,740.42 
5,720.05 

19,636.30 
3,325.84 

6,100.29 

12,057.33 

22,484.68 

7,115.55 

6,446.23 

17,445.05 

23,063.32 

1,542.10 

7,224.47 
23,878.68 

1,319.38 
4,814.26 
2,401.30 
6,013.21 
11,945.97 

15,310.98 
2,179.57 
7,368.76 
6,056.58 
4,740.70 

24,424.37 

12,947.74 

7,207.56 

1,001.95 

14,885.06 

16,963.15 

9,862.79 

17,906.03 

38,128.45 

6,182.18 



London R.P.D 

Lucan R.P.D 

Lynden R.P.D 

Markham R.P.D. 
Merlin R.P.D 



Rural power district 5 



Milton R.P.D 

Milverton R.P.D 

Mitchell R.P.D 

Newmarket R.P.D. 
Niagara R.P.D 



Norwich R.P.D 

Oil Springs R.P.D. 
Palmerston R.P.D. 

Petrolia R.P.D 

Preston R.P.D 



Ridgetown R.P.D. 

St. Jacobs R.P.D 

St. Marys R.P.D 

St. Thomas R.P.D. 
Saltfleet R.P.D 



Sandwich R.P.D. 

Sarnia R.P.D 

Scarboro R.P.D. 

Seaforth R.P.D 

Simcoe R.P.D 



Stamford R.P.D. 

Stratford R.P.D 

Strathroy R.P.D. 
Streetsville R.P.D. 
Tavistock R.P.D. ... 



Thamesville R.P.D. 

Tilbury R.P.D 

Tillsonburg R.P.D. 
Wallaceburg R.P.D. 
Walsingham R.P.D. 

Walton R.P.D 

Waterdown R.P.D. 

Waterford R.P.D 

Watford R.P.D 

Welland R.P.D 



Woodbridge R.P.D. 
Woodstock R.P.D. 



Total. 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 



12 years 
9 " 

13 " 

12 " 

6 " 

10 " 

8 " 

9 " 

11 " 

13 " 

10 " 

9 " 

8 " 

12 " 

13 " 

13 " 

12 " 

7 " 

12 " 

13 " 

13 " 

12 " 

11 " 

7 " 

12 " 

13 " 

11 " 

8 " 

12 " 
12 " 

7 " 

11 " 

11 " 

12 " 



Amount 



$ c. 
64,189.91 

3,981.62 
10,028.00 
17,933.18 

7,882.11 

7,604.15 

3,266.21 

8,803.17 

11,036.28 

21,697.75 

19,430.06 
2,930.82 
2,048.21 
1,612.55 

39,526.94 

19,298.73 
12,371.12 
10,786.37 
27,680.62 
45,426.22 

52,918.89 

27,056.49 

13,126.49 

2,321.82 

8,874.21 

6,947.48 
9,698.18 
4,657.20 
15,817.07 
8,722.93 

5,251.82 

6,601.90 

22,952.51 

14,091.70 

7,928.18 

5,278.75 
23,028.67 

7,399.14 

991.47 

61,992.15 

33,119.24 
28,296.45 



$27,539,414.02 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 205 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933. $24,564,512.19 

Add: Adjustments in respect of previous years' assessments... 3,155.37 

$24,567,667.56 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934 in respect of: 
Advances by the Province for construction of transmission 

lines and stations $590,161.61 

Advances by the Province for construction of rural power 

districts 68,856.46 

Advances by the Province for construction of pipe line to 

Ontario Power generating station 36,923.85 

Advances by the Province for construction of Queenston- 

Chippawa development 809,538.14 

Bonds issued and assumed by the Commission in connec- 
tion with the purchase of the properties of the 
Ontario Power Company, Toronto Power Company, 
Essex system and Thorold system 481,727.68 

Provision in respect of certain rural lines transferred to 

Niagara system 1,832.01 

Interest at 4% per annum on amounts standing at the 

credit of the reserve accounts 982,706.71 

■ ; 2,971,746 . 46 



Total $27,539,414.02 



206 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

rural lines for the year ending October 31, 1934 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 

sinking fund, 

renewals and 

contingencies 

charged 


Milton — 1 year 


$ c. 

439.92 

15,469.92 

19,617.60 


$ c. 

16.40 

197.28 

823.94 


• $ c. 

5.95 

71.60 

353.12 


$ c. 

6.61 

79.55 

392.35 


$ c. 

3.31 

39.77 

196.18 


$ c. 
32.27 


Milton — 3 months * 

(Nov.-Jan.) 
Welland 


388.20 
1,765.59 






Totals . 


20,057.52 


1,037.62 


430.67 


478.51 


239.26 


2,186.06 







K Lines transferred to Niagara transmission lines, Feb. 1, 1934. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 
Reserves for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $6,492.65 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1933 288.03 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $6,204.62 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

By charges against the municipalities who operate the lines $478.51 

Interest at 4 % per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the 

account 221.30 

699.81 

$6,904.43 
Deduct: 

Share of renewals reserve on rural lines transferred to Niagara system 2 , 792 . 12 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $4,112.31 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



207 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 
Reserve for Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $3,047.63 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

By charges against municipalities which operate the lines $239.26 

Interest at 4 % per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the 

account 108.37 

347.63 

3,395.26 
Deduct: 

Share of contingencies reserve on rural lines transferred to Niagara 

system 1,270.85 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $2,124.41 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund in respect of each line, together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1934 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1934 


Amount 


Milton 


21 years 

22 " 


$ c. 
236.16 


Welland 


11,391.16 






Total 




$11,627.32 







NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 $14,046.12 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934 430.67 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit of the account 465.45 

$14,942.24 
Deduct: 

Share of sinking fund on rural lines transferred to Niagara system 3,314.92 

Total $11,627.32 



208 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $ 43,832.70 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 

administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the 

system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $351,019.54 

Rural power districts 58,267.17 

409,286.71 

Interest (including exchange thereon) on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $343,759.04 

Rural power districts 36.986.15 

380,745.19 

Provision for renewal of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $99,287.01 

Rural power districts 30,557.10 

129,844.11 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $28,291.62 

Rural power districts •.. 15,278.55 

43,570.17 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $71,847.17 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power and against local distribution systems. . 8,050.95 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 8,450.52 

88,348.64 



$1,095,627.52 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 
1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton 
Beeton 

Bradford... 

Brechin 

Cannington 
Chatsworth 
Chesley 



$ c. 


$ c. 


60.00 


58.00 


75.00 


75.00 


36.00 


36.00 


43.00 


43.00 


75.00 


72.00 


70.00 


68.00 


55.00 


55.00 


45.00 


45.00 


45.00 


47.00 


40.00 


40.00 



$ c. 




92,882.36 


218.6 


68,353.30 


128.3 


557,199.95 


2,257.7 


50,641.49 


174.8 


54,050.52 


96.1 


64,179.19 


140.2 


16,761.51 


43.0 


44,574.58 


151.2 


14,660.09 


48.2 


133,642.77 


483.5 



$ c. 
391.86 
229.99 
4,047.11 
313.34 
172.27 

251.32 
77.08 

271.04 
86.40 

866.73 



$ c. 
4,200.01 
3,417.90 
26,403.93 
2,846.23 
2,373.30 

3,376.42 
954.79 

2,455.26 
800.67 

5,666.12 



$ c. 
4,208.93 
3,081.47 
25,213.65 
2,255.94 
2,435.58 

2,896.33 
742.24 

1,996.35 
661.15 

6,032.99 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



209 



SYSTEM 

Ending October 31, 1934 

Revenue for period 
Amounts received from (or billed against) municipalities at 

interim monthly rates $852,337.00 

Power sold to private companies and customers 87,061.81 

Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in rural power 

districts 242,562.04 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums received (or billed) at interim monthly 
rates and the amounts charged — following annual adjust- 
ment — in respect of power supplied in the year $1,912.72 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the sums received 
from (or billed against) customers therein and the amounts 
charged to such districts — following annual adjustment — 
in respect of power supplied in the year 19,000.52 



$1,181,960.85 



20,913.24 

$1,202,874.09 
Deduct: 

Amounts received from (or billed against) certain munici- 
palities at interim monthly rates in excess of the amounts 
charged — following annual adjustment — in respect of 

power supplied in the year $97,607.83 

Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in certain 
rural power districts in excess of the amounts charged to 
such districts — following annual adjustment — in respect 

of power supplied in the year 9,638.74 

107,246.57 

Revenue $1,095,627.52 



$1,095,627.52 



SYSTEM G.B.—COST OF POWER 

the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and f 
Renewals 


ixed charge 

Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


»S 

Sinking 
fund 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost . 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 

Credited Charged 


$ c. 
1,409.98 


$ c. 
308.62 
224.05 

2,102.82 
188.82 
173.00 

215.24 
61.32 

164.68 
58.91 

517.37 


$ c. 
978.01 
719.62 
5,866.83 
533.16 
569.12 

675.70 
176.49 
469.34 
154.36 
1,405.71 


$ c. 
82.27 
48.64 
855.92 
66.27 
36.43 

53.15 
16.30 
57.32 

18.27 
183.30 


$ c. 
11,580.28 

8,825.77 
71,010.53 

6,858.50 

6,643.88 

8,464.49 
2,275.38 
5,995.83 
1,974.24 
16,352.13 


$ c. 
12,754.81 

9,619.34 
81,275.70 

7,517.06 

6,972.37 

9,582.78 
2,366.78 
6,804.72 
2,244.48 
19,341.39 


$ c. 
1,174.53 
793.57 
10,265.17 
658.56 
328.49 

1,118.29 

91.40 

808.89 

270.24 

2,989.26 


$ c. 


1,104.10 




6,520.27 




654 . 74 




884.18 




996.33 




247.16 
581.84 




194.48 


, 


1,679.91 









210 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 
1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Mount Forest 

Neustadt 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll . . 
Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 



$ c. 
39.00 
40.00 
60.00 
55.00 
42.00 

45.00 
43.00 
50.00 
50.00 
60.00 

28.00 
35.00 
90.00 
28.00 
58.00 

60.00 
63.00 
40.00 
46.00 
35.00 

60.00 
50.00 
70.00 
48.00 
36.00 

60.00 
40.00 
40.00 
42.00 
52.00 

85.00 
80.00 
127.00 
46.00 
40.00 

44.00 
63.00 
53.00 
60.00 
80.00 



$ c. 
39.00 
40.00 
55.00 
55.00 
42.00 

45.00 
43.00 
46.00 
48.00 
58.00 

27.00 
35.00 
90.00 
28.00 
54.00 

60.00 
62.00 
40.00 
46.00 
35.00 

60.00 
50.00 
70.00 
48.00 
36.00 

60.00 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 
52.00 

70.00 
80.00 
110.00 
48.00 
40.00 

44.00 
61.00 
50.00 
59.00 
75.00 



$ c. 




61,258.71 


223.8 


344,467.13 


1,177.7 


20,689.43 


54.7 


37,421.32 


94.2 


42,984.72 


157.7 


102,388.93 


356.8 


41,563.97 


150.9 


16,150.40 


53.9 


24,338.67 


77.0 


38,217.93 


94.2 


125,301.52 


653.9 


242,787.59 


967.4 


13,647.92 


15.1 


210,720.01 


928.4 


212,525.16 


560.8 


10,423.76 


21.9 


83,340.67 


185.7 


42,154.21 


160.9 


130,484.35 


383.3 


627,379.98 


2,614.6 


27,565.05 


71.3 


112,267.64 


337.0 


30,766.33 


32.6 


186,278.73 


520.4 


802,279.45 


3,233.8 


51,772.05 


111.5 


170,887.90 


603.8 


64,369.56 


227.1 


22,352.45 


79.2 


73,233.33 


192.6 


8,366.66 


17.1 


31,723.47 


55.0 


29,907.95 


37.4 


69,513.73 


217.7 


60,555.69 


230.0 


55,580.43 


190.4 


24,376.18 


57.3 


26,631.06 


78.1 


41,990.23 


97.9 


12,874.84 


27.5 



$ c 
401.18 
2,111.12 
98.05 
168.86 
282.69 

639.59 
270.50 
96.62 
138.03 
168.86 



1,734.17 
27.07 



1,005.28 

39.26 

332.88 

288.43 

687.10 

4,686.89 

127.82 

604.10 

58.44 

932.86 

5,796.85 



199.87 

1,082.36 

407.10 

141.97 



345.25 

30.65 
98.59 



390.24 
412.29 

341.31 
102.71 
140.00 
175.49 
49.30 



$ c. 
2,687.31 
19,199.29 
1,043.29 
2,033.88 
2,348.16 

5,793.60 
2,400.65 
927.95 
1,488.08 
1,995.96 

5,958.10 

10,520.76 

809.55 

9,045.23 
10,112.10 

543.04 

3,842.25 

2,145.58 

5,247.65 

27,937.42 

1,301.12 
6,161.13 

880.27 

8,574.97 

34,996.07 

2,008.03 
7,628.86 
2,997.77 
1,009.47 
3,233.05 

435.50 
1,396.02 
1,252.33 
3,426.60 

2,882.78 

3,039.50 
1,099.03 
1,264.58 
1,988.95 
626.03 



$ c. 

2,756.18 

15,361.08 

936.52 

1,682.15 

1,940.40 

4,602.30 
1,858.59 
731.04 
1,098.57 
1,719.21 

5,700.30 

10,898.51 

615.70 

9,545.50 

9,676.73 

469.33 

3,782.53 

1,910.67 

5,932.63 

28,543.55 

1,269.02 
5,069.95 
1,376.07 
8,439.72 
36,326.00 

2,351.06 
7,730.56 
2,954.20 
1,013.67 
3,325.59 

380.26 
1,437.38 
1,372.68 
3,139.73 
2,778.06 

2,506.23 
1,084.16 
1,197.62 
1,894.25 
582.07 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



211 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
757.64 
4,477.42 
301.78 
555.50 
536.72 

1,315.76 
522.24 
212.52 
295.96 
571.27 

1,167.60 
2,874.78 
242.03 
2,325.79 
3,101.96 

163.63 
1,286.48 

480.20 
1,824.71 
7,377.43 

388.24 
1,555.18 

545.55 
2,655.68 
9,421.83 

806.45 

2,217.72 

822.30 

286.87 

1,070.22 

132.31 
521.82 
521.26 
944.43 
740.07 

721.67 
370.17 
372.62 
639.30 
201.18 



$ c. 

237.35 

1,274.20 

76.54 
132.46 
164.22 



388, 
161. 



66.00 

88.85 

133.28 

494.96 

963.46 

39.28 

777.67 

728.84 

34.55 

283.31 

156.75 

461.87 

2,335.83 

100.81 

393.29 

88.55 

650.33 

2,985.39 

176.70 
631.11 
242.37 
88.68 
245.14 

36.88 
101.51 

92.42 
259.50 
235.44 

212.42 

82.45 

101.36 

163.41 

46.59 



$ c. 
640.16 
3,626.98 
217.85 
394.02 
452.59 

1,077.40 
437.64 
170.00 
256.25 
402.33 

1,319.68 
2,556.48 
143.71 
2,225.45 
2,237.75 

109.76 

877.53 

443.84 

1,373.92 

6,702.88 

290.27 
1,182.10 

322.38 
1,959.22 
8,446.79 

544.80 
1,818.56 
677.77 
236.42 
771.11 

88.10 
334.03 
314.77 
731.93 
637.60 

585.22 
256.67 
280.38 
442.13 
135.57 



$ c. 
84.84 
446.48 
20.74 
35.72 
59.79 

135.27 
57.22 
20.43 
29.19 
35.71 

247.90 
366.75 
5.72 
351.97 
212.61 

8.30 

70.40 

61.00 

145.31 

991.22 

27.03 
127.76 

12.36 

197.29 

1,225.97 

42.27 
228.91 
86.10 
30.03 
73.02 

6.48 
20.85 
14.18 
82.53 
87.20 

72.18 
21.72 
29.61 
37.11 
10.43 



$ c. 
7,564.66 
46,496.57 
2,694.77 
5,002.59 
5,784.57 

13,952.86 
5,708.27 
2,224.56 
3,394.93 
5,026.62 

14,888.54 

29,914.91 

1,883.06 

24,271.61 

27,075.27 

1,367.87 
10,475.38 

5,486.47 
15,673.19 

78,575.22 

3,504.31 
15,093.51 

3,283.62 
23,410.07 
99,198.90 

6,129.18 
21,338.08 
8,187.61 
2,807.11 
9,063.38 

1,110.18 
3,910.20 
3,567.64 
8,974.96 
7,773.44 

7,478.53 
3,016.91 
3,386.17 
5,340.64 
1,651.17 



$ c. 

8,728.83 
47,108.97 
3,060.94 
5,178.21 
6,624.75 

16,057.36 
6,489.66 
2,519.27 
3,720.49 
5,494.02 

17,768.19 
33,886.09 
1,358.25 
26,674.59 
30,643.08 

1,316.50 
11,543.35 

6,436.31 
17,633.14 
91,512.'12 

4,275.00 
16,847.89 

2,223.63 

24,980.00 

116,418.27 

6,687.50 

24,153.24 

9,085.14 

3,198.60 

10,013.00 

1,237.27 
4,410.96 
4,195.18 
10,374.74 
9,201.42 

8,379.07 
3,513.11 
3,951.50 
5,795.35 
2,083.57 



$ c. 
1,164.17 
612.40 
366.17 
175.62 
840.18 

2,104.50 
781.39 
294.71 
325.56 
467.40 

2,879.65 
3,971.18 



2,402.98 
3,567.81 



1,067.97 

949.84 

1,959.95 

12,936.90 

770.69 

1,754.38 



1,569.93 
17,219.37 

558.32 
2,815.16 
897.53 
391.49 
949.62 

127.09 

491.76 

627.54 

1,399.78 

1,427.98 

900.54 
496.20 
565.33 
454.71 
432.40 



524.81 



51.37 



1,059.99 



212 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 
1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene 

Wiarton 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



$ c. 
95.00 
55.00 
46.00 
38.00 
44.00 

65.00 
85.00 
60.00 
58.00 



$ c. 
88.00 
55.00 
44.00 
38.00 
44.00 

69.00 
75.00 
61.00 
58.00 



Rural Power Districts 



Alliston R.P.D. — Essa, Tecumseth 

and Tossorontio twps 

Arthur R.P.D.— Luther E. and 

Luther W. twps 

Bala R.P.D.— Medora and Wood 
twp 

Barrie R.P.D. — Innisfil, Oro and 
Vespra twps 

Baysville R.P.D. — Franklin, Macau- 
lay, McLean, Ridout and Sher- 
bourne twps 

Beaumaris R.P.D. — Macaulay, 
Medora and Wood, Monck and 
Muskoka twps 

Beaverton R.P.D. — Brock, Georg- 
ina, Mara and Thorah twps 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseth twp 

Bradford R.P.D.— Gwillimbury W., 
King and Tecumseth twps 

Bruce R.P.D.— Brant, Carrick, Cul- 
ross, Greenock and Saugeen twps.. 

Buckskin R.P.D. — Matchedash 
and Medora and Wood twps. 

Cannington R.P.D. — Brock, Eldon 
and Mariposa twps 

Chatsworth R.P.D. — Holland twp. 

Cookstown R.P.D. — Essa and 
Innisfil twps 

Creemore R.P.D. — Nottawasaga. 
Osprey, Sunnidale and Tossorontio 
twps 



$ .c. 
41,694.87 
84,709.93 
22,475.90 
118,333.01 
12,830.33 


58.8 
211.7 

74.1 
462.6 

48.7 


110,605.68 
16,649.40 

140,420.40 
21,355.51 


216.3 
34.6 

310.1 
50.6 


24,433.37 


68.9 


1,298.27 


3.2 


33,298.43 


131.3 


79,909.24 


259.5 


17,334.98 


49.9 


38,797.50 


170.3 


39,750.17 
2,812.19 


129.1 
5.0 


19,134.05 


40.1 


36,470.52 


99.9 


5,689.25 


14.4 


13,349.24 
3,631.52 


41.1 
8.0 


302.58 


0.8 


18,048.57 


55.0 



$ c. 
105.40 
379.49 
132.83 
829.27 
87.30 

387.74 



555.89 
90.70 



123.51 

5.74 

235.36 

465.17 



231.43 
8.96 

71.88 

179.06 

25.81 

73.67 
14.34 

1.43 
98.59 



$ c. 
2,222.67 
3,485.75 
1,141.54 
5,875.49 
892.56 



4,536.97 

871.48 

5,556.30 

1,156.71 



1,003.61 

56.82 

1,513.70 

3,209.31 

737.70 

1,703.86 

2,373.51 
110.85 

867.54 

1,366.00 

263.83 

625.41 
163.46 



11.93 



844.03 



$ c. 
1,886.12 
3,851.28 
1,015.08 
5,429.05 

578.15 

5,062.13 
762.53 

6,353.46 
944.65 



1,113.46 

58.99 

1,520.89 

3,641.58 

795.38 

1,766.23 

1,815.09 
129.09 

875.66 

1,670.99 

258.99 

597.83 
165.70 

13.80 
825.24 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



213 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 














Credited Charged 


$ c. 
713.49 


$ c. 
129.10 
285.27 

85.40 
454.33 

51.90 


$ c. 
439.04 
891.95 
237.20 
1,246.08 
135.10 


$ c. 
22.29 
80.26 
28.09 
175.37 
18.46 


$ c. 

5,518.11 
10,234.64 

2,938.94 
15,318.35 

1,920.35 


$ c. 

5,241.56 
11,642.56 

3,288.33 
17,576.95 

2,140.93 


$ c. 


$ C. 

276.55 


1,260.64 


1,407.92 
349.39 

2,258.60 
220.58 




298.80 




1,308.76 




156.88 




1,762.19 


360.06 
58.51 

483.30 
71.21 


1,160.98 
175.27 

1,478.12 
224.86 


82.00 

13.12 

117.56 

19.18 


13,352.07 
2,142.96 

16,717.12 
2,830.79 


14,777.78 
2,618.99 

18,867.60 
2,933.31 


1,425.71 
476.03 

2,150.48 
102.52 




262.05 




2,172.49 




323.48 




347.55 


85.81 


257.26 


26.12 


2,957.32 


2,957.32 


see page 


219 


19.41 


4.52 


13.66 


1.21 


160.35 


160.35 


<< 


it 


367.75 


127.84 


350.40 


49.79 


4,165.73 


4,165.73 


<( 


" 


1,066.73 


317.96 


841.39 


98.38 


9,640.52 


9,640.52 


n 


" 


245.01 


76.87 


182.79 


18.92 


2,056.67 


2,056.67 


a 


" 


427.36 


161.31 


408.60 


64.56 


4,531.92 


4,531.92 


n 


» 


530.53 
46.00 


148.04 
9.01 


418.50 
29.61 


48.95 
1.90 


5,566.05 
335.42 


5,566.05 
335.42 


<« 


<< 
<< 


300.50 


65.45 


201.45 


15.20 


2,397.68 


2,397.68 


<< 


" 


517.00 


133.75 


383.90 


37.87 


4,288.57 


4,288.57 


<< 


«< 


84.29 


24.46 


59.90 


5.46 


722.74 


722.74 


<« 


« 


182.82 
56.29 


48.01 
15.88 


140.56 
38.24 


15.58 
3.03 


1,683.88 
456.94 


1,683.88 
456.94 


<< 


<( 


4.41 


1.12 


3.18 


0.30 


36.17 


36.17 


<< 


" 


248.33 


66.34 


190.04 


20.85 


2,293.42 


2,293.42 


<< 


« 



214 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos, Medonte 

Oro and Vespra twps 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twp 
Gravenhurst R.P.D. — Muskoka 

twp 

Hawkestone R.P.D. — Orillia and 

and Oro twps 

Holstein R.P.D.— Bentinck, Egre- 

mont and Normanby twps 



Huntsville R.P.D.— Brunei, Chaf- 
fey and Franklin twps 

Innisfil R.P.D.— Gwillimbury W 
and Innisfil twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Brock, Mari- 
posa and Reach twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia 
Euphrasia, Glenelg and Holland 
twps 



St. Vincent twp 
-Baxter and Tay 



Meaford R.P.D.- 
Medonte R.P.D. 

twps 

Midland R.P.D. 

twps 

Neustadt R.P.D.— Bentinck twp. ... 
Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawa 

saga twp 



-Tay and Tiny 



Orangeville R.P.D. — Amaranth, 
Caledon, Erin and Garafraxa E. 
twps 

Owen Sound R.P.D.— Derby, Sara- 
wak and Sydenham twps 

Port Perry R.P.D.— Cartwright, 
Manvers, Reach and Scugog twps. 

Ripley R.P.D. — Huron and Kinloss 
twps 

Sauble R.P.D.— Amabel and Kep- 
pel twps 



Me- 



Shelburne R.P.D. — Amaranth 
lancthon and Mulmur twps 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Matche- 
dash, Morrison, Orillia and Rama 
twps 



19,166.07 
2,195.68 

5,639.54 

613.46 



13,870.85 
76,330.18 



42,778.43 
11,500.90 



5,427.19 
5,567.01 



8,442.72 

12,670.49 
8,711.98 

42,203.97 
4,503.18 
6,631.89 

10,021.91 

28,542.32 



61.5 
7.0 

27.2 

80.4 



51.5 
210.5 



133.3 
35.0 



20.6 
23.5 



27.2 

33.3 
33.9 
108.9 
10.3 
12.9 

28.8 

114.2 



110.24 
12.55 



1,767.78 



377.34 



238.95 
62.74 



36.93 
42.13 



48.76 

59.69 
60.77 
195.21 
18.46 
23.12 

51.63 

204.71 



$ c. 

721.66 
106.89 

318.94 

167.42 



719.96 
3,189.42 



1,785.05 
477.67 



296.01 
307.69 



479.73 

531.72 
349.84 
2,121.09 
196.68 
249.61 

411.01 

1,104.65 



871.53 
98.12 

256.59 

22.97 



636.23 
3,487.36 



1,928.67 
525.45 



247.58 
256.86 



373.98 

573.82 
393.30 
1,922.25 
205.55 
303.59 

456.71 

1,290.59 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



215 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and f 
Renewals 


ixed charge 

Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


s 

Sinking 
fund 


Cost in 
excess of 
revenue 

from power 
sold to 
private 

companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 






Credited Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


257.37 
26.56 


78.65 
8.80 


201.81 
23.12 


23.32 
2.65 


2,264.58 

278.69 


2,264.58 
278.69 


see page 


219 


57.11 


22.75 


59.40 


10.31 


725.10 


725.10 


«< 


<< 


12.27 


3.07 


6.46 


30.48 


2,010.45 


2,010.45 


" 


«« 


172.62 


54.05 


146.42 


19.52 


1,748.80 


1,748.80 


«< 


<< 


1,095.52 


273.08 


803.71 


79.80 


9,306.23 


9,306.23 


tt 


«< 


582.57 


154.51 


450.43 


50.54 


5,190.72 


5,190.72 


«( 


« 


155.55 


48.17 


121.09 


13.27 


1,403.94 


1,403.94 


see page 


<< 
221 


66.35 


21.95 


57.14 


7.81 


733.77 


733.77 


<< 




64.64 


20.63 


59.37 


8.91 


760.23 


760 .'23 


" 


<< 


113.15 


31.86 


88.90 


10.32 


1,146.70 


1,146.70 


<« 


« 


184.94 


45.36 


133.27 


12.62 


1,541.42 


1,541.42 


" 


<« 


101.78 


32.05 


90.14 


12.85 


1,040.73 


1,040.73 


«< 


<< 


621.06 


142.58 


444.38 


41.29 


5,487.86 


5,487.86 


<< 


" 


68.96 


15.41 


47.41 


3.90 


556.37 


556.37 


<« 


" 


105.93 


23.70 


69.68 


4.89 


780.52 


780.52 


" 


<< 


141.46 


38.46 


105.53 


10.92 


1,215.72 


1,215.72 


<< 


<< 


336.97 


113.98 


300.53 


43.29 


3,394.72 


3,394.72 


<« 


<< 



216 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 



Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 


Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share o 

Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


f operating 

Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Tara R.P.D. — Amabel, Arran, 
Derby and Keppel twps. 


$ c. 

17,062.65 
6,577.39 

18,942.64 

36,194.01 
51,289.27 
46,664.09 


49.0 
13.2 

49.3 

89.3 

175.7 

96.1 


$ c. 

87.83 
23.66 


$ c. 

827.45 
263.83 

715.50 

1,454.90 

2,428.47 
1,782.45 


$ c. 
771.45 


Thornton R.P.D. — Essa twp. 


300.51 


Utterson R.P.D. — Cardwell, Hum- 
phrey, Medora and Wood, 
Stephenson and Watt twps 


864.67 


Uxbridge R.P.D. — Brock, Georgina, 
Reach, Scott and Uxbridge twps. 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D.— Flos, Not- 
tawasaga and Sunnidale twps 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Morris 
and Turnberry twps 


160.08 
314.96 
172.27 


1,644.42 
2,317.50 
2,125.47 






Totals — Municipalities 


5,997,559.90 

815,807.70 

765,214.57 


20,559.7 
2,569.1 

2,420.2 


33,889.54 
5,604.76 

4,338.40 


280,516.01 
35,859.20 

34,644.33 


271,396.85 


Totals — Rural power districts 


37,124.09 


Totals — Companies and distributing 
systems 


35,238.10 






Non-operating capital 


7,578,582.17 
1,757.12 














Grand totals 


7,580,339.29 


25,549.0 


43,832.70 


351,019.54 


343,759.04 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



217 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts r 
be creditec 
to each m 
upon ascer 
the actual c 
by annual 

Credited 


emaining to 
or charged 
unicipality 
tainment of 
ost of power 
adjustment 

Charged 


$ c. 

239.81 
104.52 

277.84 

540.99 
665.95 
735.82 


$ c. 

68.75 
24.35 

67.80 

122.64 
196.01 
165.42 


$ c. 

179.08 
69.26 

199.43 

381.10 
540.04 
491.01 


$ c. 

18.57 
5.00 

18.69 

33.85 
66.62 
36.43 


$ c. 

2,192.94 
791.13 

2,143.93 

4,337.98 
6,529.55 

5,508.87 


$ c. 

2,192.94 
791.13 

2,143.93 

4,337.98 
6,529.55 

5,508.87 


$ c. 
see page 

<« 

«< 
«< 


$ c. 

221 

«< 

«< 
<< 


77,858.06 
11,173.72 


21,928.05 
3,060.40 

3,303.17 


63,258.98 
8,588.19 

8,050.95 


7,794.40 
973.97 

(8,768.37) 


756,641.89 
102,384.33 

87,061.81 


852,337.00 
102,384.33 

87,061.81 


97,607.83 


1,912.72 


10,255.23 




























99,287.01 


28,291.62 


79,898.12 




946,088.03 


1,041,783.14 


97,607.83 


1,912.72 









218 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Alliston R.P.D. — Essa, Tecumseth and Tos- 
sorontio twps 

Arthur R.P.D.— Luther E. and Luther W. 
twps 

Bala R.P.D. — Medora and Wood twp 

Barrie R.P.D. — Innisfil, Oro and Vespra twps. 

Baysville R.P.D. — Franklin, Macaulay, Mc- 
Lean, Ridout and Sherbourne twps 



Beaumaris R.P.D. — Macaulay, Medora and 

Wood, Monck and Muskoka twps 

Beaverton R.P.D. — Brock, Georgina, Mara 

and Thorah twps 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseth twp. 

Bradford R.P.D.— Gwillimbury W., King 

and Tecumseth twps 

Bruce R.P.D. — Brant, Carrick, Culross, 

Greenock and Saugeen twps 



Buckskin R.P.D. — Matchedash and Medora 
and Wood twps 

Gannington R.P.D. — Brock, Eldon and 
Mariposa twps 

Ghatsworth R.P.D.— Holland twp 

Gookstown R.P.D. — Essa and Innisfil twps. 

Greemore R.P.D. — Nottawasaga, Osprey, 
Sunnidale and Tossorontio twps 



Elmvale R.P.D. — Flos, Medonte, Oro and 
Vespra twps 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twp 

Gravenhurst R.P.D. — Muskoka twp 

Hawkestone R.P.D. — Orillia and Oro twps... 

Holstein R.P.D. — Bentinck, Egremont and 
Normanby twps 



Huntsville R.P.D.— Brunei, Chaffey and 
Franklin twps 

Innisfil R.P.D. — Gwillimbury W. and Innis- 
fil twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Brock, Mariposa and 
Reach twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia, Euphrasia, 
Glenelg and Holland twps 



$ c. 

38,676.46 

*4,303.91 
*76.681.45 
125,209.05 

71,748.48 

77,737.23 

*60,171.79 
3,018.23 

37,461.98 

*62,142.55 

4,036.42 

*18,968.85 

1,497.32 

704.54 

*46,243.28 



39,313.27 

* 5,343.55 

6,609.40 

48,799.11 

1,900.53 



51,177.29 

84,448.91 
637.09 

76,632.19 

*30,024.84 



$ c. 
19,086.94 

2,105.26 

37,157.88 
62,604.53 

35,874.24 

38,868.61 

29,744.37 
1,509.11 

18,565.93 

29,630.08 

2,018.21 

7,867.35 
748.66 
352.27 

22,446.27 



19,523.46 
2,485.01 
3,304.70 

24,399.56 

950.26 



25,588.64 

42,224.46 
318.55 

38,316.10 

14,886.35 



$ c. 

19,589.52 

2,198.65 
39,523.57 
62,604.52 

35,874.24 

38,868.62 

30,427.42 
1,509.12 

18,896.05 

32,512.47 

2,018.21 

11,101.50 
748.66 
352.27 

23,797.01 



19,789.81 
2,858.54 
3,304.70 

24,399.55 

950.27 



25,588.65 

42,224.45 
318.54 

38,316.09 

15,138.49 



$ c. 

2,957.32 

160.35 
4,165.73 
9,640.52 

2,056.67 

4,531.92 

5,566.05 
335.42 

2,397.68 

4,288.57 

722.74 

1,683.88 

456.94 

36.17 

2,293.42 



2,264.58 
278.69 
725.10 

2,010.45 



1,748.80 
9,306.23 



5,190.72 
1,403.94 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $10,467.46 used 
for purposes of rural power districts. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



219 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



G.B.—R URAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1934. 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remain- 
ing to be credited 
to certain districts 
or charged to the 

municipalities 

comprising certain 

other districts 



Credited Charged 



$ 

1,527.45 

99.93 
3,552.67 
4,698.60 

1,390.43 

3,467.53 

2,754.76 
69.63 

1,301.98 

3,117.01 

173.02 

1,094.75 

326.57 

11.57 

1,213.38 



1,246.92 
539.75 
221.73 

1,341.13 

7.31 



1,071.97 

3,780.66 
2.73 

2,376.94 

1,209.64 



$ 
900.02 

101.33 
1,627.76 
2,824.09 

1,595.09 

1,642.72 

1,347.32 
69.55 

869.32 

1,426.40 



92.04 

503.50 
34.51 
16.23 

1,090.98 



907.68 

130.75 

124.09 

1,054.16 

43.65 



1,120.81 

1,847.51 
14.49 

1,755.86 

668.82 



$ 

771.07 

86.08 
1,365.74 
2,451.01 

1,384.37 

1,425.70 

1,156.72 
60.36 

747.87 

1,180.34 

79.88 

372.30 
29.95 
14.09 

920.05 



782.44 
106.01 
107.70 
914.92 

38.01 



972.74 

1,603.44 
12.74 

1,523.90 

575.42 



$ c. 


$ c. 


385.54 


205.63 


43.04 

682.87 

1,225.50 


23.15 
371.90 
645.23 


692.18 


364.43 


712.85 


375.32 


578.36 
30.18 


307.84 
15.89 


373.93 


198.62 


590.17 


325.90 


39.94 


21.03 


186.15 

14.98 

7.04 


115.03 
7.88 
3.71 


460.02 


249.26 


391.22 
53.00 
53.85 

457.46 


207.38 
29.87 
28.35 

240.85 


19.00 


10.01 


486.37 


256.07 


801.72 
6.37 


422.11 
3.35 


761.95 


401.17 


287.71 


152.80 

i 



$ c. 

6,747.03 

513.88 
11,766.67 
21,484.95 

7,483.17 

12,156.04 

11,711.05 
581.03 

5,889.40 

10,928.39 

1,128.65 

3,955.61 

870.83 
88.81 

6,227.11 



5,800.22 
1,138.07 
1,260.82 
6,018.97 

117.98 



5,656.76 

17,761.67 
39.68 

12,010.54 

4,298.33 



$ c. 

7,384.92 

580.69 
10,180.93 
20,350.15 

5,317.59 

11,970.26 

10,520.24 
313.29 

4,639.21 

11,244.08 

957.84 

4,006.33 
808.90 
128.14 

5,078.72 



6,561.75 

754.77 
1,058.12 
5,465.39 

48.97 



4,526.75 

17,636.18 
14.30 

14,654.56 

3,742.80 



$ c. 

637.89 

66.81 



315.69 



50.72 



39.33 



761.53 



2,644.02 



1,585.74 
1,134.80 

2,165.58 



185.78 

1,190.81 
267.74 

1,250.19 



170.81 



61.93 
1,148.39 



383.30 
202.70 
553.58 

69.01 



1,130.01 

125.49 
25.38 



555.53 



220 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Meaford R.P.D.— St. Vincent twp 

Medonte R.P.D. — Baxter and Tay twps... 

Midland R.P.D.— Tay and Tiny twps 

Neustadt R.P.D. — Bentinck twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawasaga twp. 



Orangeville R.P.D. — Amaranth, Caledon, 
Erin and Garafraxa E. twps 

Owen Sound R.P.D. — Derby, Sarawak and 
Sydenham twps 

Port Perry R.P.D. — Cartwright, Manvers, 
Reach and Scugog twps. 

Ripley R.P.D. — Huron and Kinloss twps 

Sauble R.P.D. — Amabel and Keppel twps 



Shelburne R.P.D. — Amaranth, Melancthon 
and Mulmur twps 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Matchedash, Morri- 
son, Orillia and Rama twps 

Tara R.P.D. — Amabel, Arran, Derby and 
Keppel twps 

Thornton R.P.D. — Essa twp 

Utterson R.P.D. — Cardwell, Humphrey, 
Medora and Wood, Stephenson and Watt 
twps 



Uxbridge R.P.D. — Brock, Georgina, Reach 
Scott and Uxbridge twps 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D. — Flos, Nottawasaga 
and Sunnidale twps 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Morris and 
Turnberry twps , 



Total capital 

Non-operating capital. 

Grand totals. 



1,992.72 
18,259.80 
17,451.61 

1,045.12 
17,301.88 



33,390.82 
13,320.04 

75,851.14 

*8,447.54 
7,838.81 

26,114.43 

85,203.53 

30,552.85 
9,482.55 

*46,743.44 

84,865.89 
69,565.66 
74,923.78 



,595,839.33 
4,290.29 



$ c. 

996.36 
9,129.90 
8,725.80 

522.56 
8,650.94 



16,695.41 

6,660.02 

37,925.57 
3,990.30 
3,919.41 

12,439.14 

42,601.77 

15,276.43 
4,741.28 

22,486.33 

42,432.94 



36,081.47 



753,852.43 
2,145.14 



1,600,129.62 755,997.57 844,132.05 102,384.33 



$ c. 

996.36 
9,129.90 
8,725.81 

522.56 
8,650.94 



16,695.41 

6,660.02 

37,925.57 
4,457.24 
3,919.40 

13,675.29 

42,601.76 

15,276.42 
4,741.27 

24,257.11 

42,432.95 
69,565.66 
38,842.31 



841,986.90 
2,145.15 



c. 



733.77 
760.23 



1,146.70 

1,541.42 

1,040.73 

5,487.86 
556.37 
780.52 

1,215.72 

3,394.72 

2,192.94 
791.13 

2,143.93 

4,337.98 
6,529.55 

5,508.87 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $10,467.46 used 
for purposes of rural power districts. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



221 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



G.B.—R URAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1934. 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 


remain- 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


ing to be credited 
to certain districts 
or charged to the 

municipalities 
comprising certain 

other districts 


tration 


Credited Charged 


$ c. 
20.22 


$ c. 

45.49 
406.28 
382.88 

23.90 
389.05 

763.21 

299.89 

1,704.61 
205.40 
107.76 

628.34 

1,850.59 

699.75 
218.45 

1,016.92 

1,947.60 
2,705.19 
1,782.16 


$ c. 

39.71 
352.61 
332.30 

20.90 
337.65 

662.38 

260.27 

1,479.42 

168.93 

93.52 

520.61 

1,606.12 

607.31 
189.59 

847.20 

1,690.31 
1,173.91 
1,491.51 


$ c. 

19.86 
176.30 
166.15 

10.45 
168.83 

331.19 

130.14 

739.71 
84.47 
46.76 

260.30 

803.06 

303.65 
94.80 

423.61 

845.15 
586.96 
745.76 


$ c. 
10.45 
92.82 
87.48 
5.50 
88.89 

174.37 

68.52 

389.46 
46.93 
24.62 

143.56 

422.81 

159.87 
49.92 

232.34 

444.97 
618.06 
407.17 


$ c. 

135.73 

2,277.48 

2,039.35 

64.97 
2,637.61 

4,216.49 

2,450.17 

12,330.53 
1,216.56 
1,985.41 

3,980.67 

9,925.10 

6,122.30 
1,492.02 

6,415.83 

11,795.89 
14,403.80 
12,798.25 


$ c. 

73.95 
1,724.71 
1,976.30 

18.64 
3,205.09 

3,658.50 

2,367.87 

12,496.85 

794.21 

1,568.49 

2,242.93 

9,784.63 

5,494.47 
1,345 ..67 

6,976.00 

9,858.02 
17,645.51 
13,385.32 


$ c. 


$ c. 
61.78 


515.70 




552.77 


310.31 




63.05 


4.22 




46.33 


506.49 
743.92 


567.48 


557.99 


650.62 




82.30 


2,529.47 


166.32 




154.46 


422.35 


932.23 




416.92 


1,212.14 




1,737.74 


1,847.80 




140.47 


2,158.78 




627.83 


148.13 




146.35 


1,751.83 


560.17 




2,529.88 


1,937.87 


2,790.13 


3,241.71 

587.07 




2,862.78 








58,267.17 


36,986.15 


30,557.10 


15,278.55 


8,450.52 


251,923.82 


242,562.04 


9,638.74 


19,000.52 



222 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Alliston 


June, 
Dec, 
April, 
Nov., 
Aug., 

Oct., 

Jan., 

Nov., 

Dec, 

July, 

Mar., 
Mar., 
May, 
Nov., 
Dec, 

Dec, 
June, 
April, 
Dec, 
Dec, 

Nov., 
Sept., 
May, 
Sept., 
Mar., 

June, 

Jan., 

Mar., 

Jan., 

July, 

Dec, 
Dec, 
Dec, 
July, 
Dec, 

Sept., 

July, 

Mar., 

Jan., 

Sept., 

Mar., 
Jan., 
July, 
July, 
Feb., 


1918 
1916 
1913 
1914 
1918 

1918 
1915 
1914 
1915 
1916 

1913 
1913 
1918 
1914 
1915 

1915 
1913 
1918 
1915 
1916 

1915 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1921 

1920 
1921 
1916 
1924 
1911 

1932 
1915 
1918 
1916 
1915 

1923 
1911 
1931 
1915 
1922 

1920 
1921 
1931 
1916 
1931 


$ c 
1,559.57 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
1,559.57 


Arthur 


1,016.59 
3,353.18 


300.00 
409.81 




Barrie 






Beaverton 


214.42 
935.76 

1,346.08 
326.57 
473.55 


214.42 


Beeton 






935.76 


Bradford 






1,346.08 


Brechin 






326.57 


Cannington 






473.55 


Chatsworth 


81.49 


1.31 




Chesley 


1,902.84 


1,902.84 


Coldwater.. . 


363.22 


363.22 




Collingwood 


520.92 
469.49 


520.92 


Cookstown 






469.49 


Creemore 


21.37 


21.37 
93.64 

33.92 




Dundalk 


474.36 

1,320.66 
541.09 
545.45 
285.81 
538.22 


568.00 


Durham 




1,354.58 


Elmvale 






541.09 


Elmwood 






545.45 


Flesherton 






285.81 


Grand Valley 






538.22 


Gravenhurst 


1,058.97 


1,058.97 




Hanover 


2,212.53 


2,212.53 


Holstein 


2,914.83 
2,781.60 


410.88 




Hunts ville. ... 






Kincardine... 


3,667.17 




3,667.17 


Kirkfield 


248.02 


209.61 




Lucknow 


1,053.23 

532.20 

1,099.69 

6,948.24 

915.32 

1,358.48 


1,053.23 


Markdale 






532.20 


Meaford 






1,099.69 


Midland 






6,948.24 


Mildmay 






915.32 


Mount Forest 






1,358.48 




5,925.01 






Orangeville 


830.65 
10,572.81 

247.79 

2,008.71 

321.85 




830.65 


Owen Sound 




1 


10,572.81 


Paisley 






247.79 


Penetanguishene 






2,008.71 


Port Elgin 






321.85 


Port McNicoll 


232.86 


20.66 




Port Perry 


215.86 

349.67 
376.00 
751.50 


215.86 


Price ville 






349.67 


Ripley 






376.00 


Rosseau 






751.50 


Shelburne 


105.98 


105.98 




Southampton 


466.08 


466.08 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



223 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
27.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,174.53 
793.57 
10,265.17 
658.56 
328.49 

1,118.29 

91.40 

808.89 

270.24 

2,989.26 

1,164.17 
612.40 
366.17 
175.62 
840.18 

2,104.50 
781.39 
294.71 
325.56 
467.40 

2,879.65 
3,971.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,202.03 
40.16 

7,197.20 
662.06 
345.15 

1,141.46 

98.39 

816.83 

186.83 

3,021.59 

1,158.08 
621.13 
376.24 
175.21 
849.15 

2,131.46 
789.81 
305.83 
330.32 

476.87 

2,859.46 
4,006.58 


$ c. 




36.82 
124.60 












3.50 






16.66 








23.17 








6.99 








7.94 










3.23 






32.33 








6.09 






8.73 






10.07 










0.41 






8.97 






26.96 








8.42 








11.12 








4.76 








9.47 










20.19 






35.40 








104.34 
111.26 


524.81 


3,133.10 

489.88 




2,402.98 
3,567.81 




48.63 




3,616.44 






3.35 


51.37 


93.13 


17.95 


1,067.97 

949.84 

1,959.95 

12,936.90 

770.69 
1,754.38 


1,085.92 

958.82 

1,978.39 

13,039.70 

788.44 
1,777.65 




8.98 








18.44 








102.80 








17.75 








23.27 










237.00 


1,059.99 


7,222.00 


16.57 


1,569.93 
17,219.37 

558.32 
2,815.16 
897.53 
391.49 
949.62 

127.09 

491.76 

627.54 

1,399.78 

1,427.98 


1,586.50 
17,371.00 

562.56 

2,841.80 
903.03 
170.27 
953.40 

134.06 

499.31 

641.64 

1,397.62 

1,435.33 


151.63 








4.24 








26.64 








5.50 










9.02 






3.78 






6.97 








7.55 








14.10 










2.16 






7.35 







224 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date Net credit or charge at 

commenced October 31, 1933 

operating 



Credit 



Charge 



Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 



Credited Charged 



Stayner 


Oct., 1913 
Nov., 1914 
Feb., 1918 
Dec, 1920 
Nov., 1918 

Oct., 1918 
Sept., 1922 
July, 1914 
Feb., 1931 
Dec, 1914 

May, 1931 
June, 1930 
Dec, 1920 
Nov., 1914 


$ c 
470.91 
200.17 
.611.90 
187.43 
271.29 

783.06 

532.58 

356.00 

1,524.03 

95.17 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
470.91 


Sunderland 




3.51 


203.68 


Tara 




611.90 


Teeswater 






187.43 


Thornton 






271.29 


Tottenham 






783.06 


Uxbridge 






532 . 58 


Victoria Harbour 






356.00 


Walkerton 






1,524.03 


Waubaushene . . 






95.17 


Wiarton 


331.12 


331.12 




Windermere 


760.79 
301.53 
167.77 


760.79 


Wingham 






301 . 53 


Woodville 






167.77 










Total — Municipalities 




51,645.20 


18,434.24 


3,364.00 


51,776.27 




Nov., 1929 
Dec, 1929 
Jan., 1930 
Aug., 1923 
July, 1932 

June, 1928 
Oct., 1926 
Sept., 1926 
Aug., 1929 
Oct., 1931 

July, 1928 
May, 1924 
Dec, 1928 
Dec, 1930 
Dec, 1930 

Jan., 1924 
Feb., 1922 
June, 1929 
Aug., 1930 
Mar., 1929 

Aug., 1931 
Feb., 1928 
Feb., 1924 
Sept., 1923 
July, 1924 




Rural Power Districts* 
Alliston R.P.D 


1,861.06 






5.52 


Arthur R.P.D. 


25.29 
6,059.01 
6,067.85 
5,875.71 

1,435.29 

6,690.87 

411.82 

4,114.09 

770.28 

1,117.26 


26.30 
6,301.37 
5,551.07 
3,965.02 

1,492.70 
529.96 
219.57 

2,330.22 




Bala R.P.D 






Barrie R.P.D. 




85.81 


Baysville R.P.D... . 






Beaumaris R.P.D. 




53.41 


Beaverton R.P.D 




108.90 


Beeton R.P.D 






Bradford R.P.D 






Bruce R.P.D 




2.25 


Buckskin R.P.D. 








Cannington R.P.D. 


2,185.37 

193.71 

93.70 




22.50 


Chatsworth R.P.D. 








Cookstown R.P.D. 








Creemore R.P.D. 


4,859.23 

677.05 
1,022.64 


2,735.51 

49.91 
141.90 




Elmvale R.P.D 




157.78 


Flesherton R.P.D. 






Gravenhurst R.P.D. 


64.43 




Hawkestone R.P.D. 


3,798.41 
154.16 

4,344.63 

3,775.01 

103.03 


2,463.99 
160.33 

3,133.63 




Holstein R.P.D 




1.25 


Huntsville R.P.D 




10.93 


Innisfil R.P.D 




78.85 


Lucknow R.P.D 




107.15 




Mariposa R.P.D.. 


6,185.69 




Markdale R.P.D. . 


2,214.10 


1,258.30 











*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



225 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
8.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
900.54 
496.20 
565.33 
454.71 
432.40 


$ c. 


$ c. 
908.54 
499.01 
580.55 
458.45 
440.55 


$ c. 


2.81 








15.22 








3.74 








8.15 








11.82 




276.55 


264.73 


8.99 




1,407.92 
349.39 

2,258.60 
220.58 

1,425.71 
476.03 

2,150.48 
102.52 


1.416.91 
'354.98 

2,284.84 
223.25 

1,419.80 
493.79 

2,155.54 
105.13 




5.59 








26.24 








2.67 










5.91 






17.76 






5.06 








2.61 
















842.80 


664.38 


97,607.83 


1,912.72 


91,875.06 


11,202.84 


74.24 




637.89 
66.81 




2,567.67 
66.81 






1.01 

242.36 
243.58 
235.03 

58.49 
269.37 

16.47 
164.56 

30.87 

44.69 








1,585.74 
1,134.80 
2,165.58 

185.78 
1,190.81 

267.74 
1,250.19 


1,585.74 








1,980.97 








4,311.30 








240.27 








7,729.99 








476.46 








3,198.62 




315.69 




487.71 




170.81 




1,332.76 


86.58 


50.72 


2,300.17 
139.53 
136.78 




7.75 




61.93 




3.75 




39.33 






194.37 

30.59 
40.91 


1,148.39 


3,466.48 




761.53 




53.98 




383.30 

202.70 

553.58 

69.01 

1,130.01 

125.49 

25.38 




1,304.95 


2.58 






135.69 




151.94 
6.22 

174.06 

153.30 

4.12 






2,039.94 








70.31 








2,526.00 








4,132.65 








25.38 


247.43 


2,644.02 


9,077.14 






88.56 


555.53 


1,599.89 











226 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district* 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such credits and charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 



Credited Charged 



Meaford R.P.D 

Medonte R.P.D 

Midland R.P.D 

Neustadt R.P.D 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. 

Orangeville R.P.D. 
Owen Sound R.P.D. 

Port Perry R.P.D 

Ripley R.P.D 

Sauble R.P.D 



Shelburne R.P.D 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. 

Tara R.P.D 

Thornton R.P.D 

Utterson R.P.D 



Uxbridge R.P.D 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D. 
Wroxeter R.P.D 



Total — Rural power districts 
Total — Municipalities 



Totals. 



Oct., 1928 

July, 1930 

Nov., 1930 

Nov., 1926 

Jan., 1922 

Aug., 1927 

Mar., 1931 

Dec, 1922 

Feb., 1922 

Oct., 1931 

Feb., 1926 

Oct., 1925 

Jan., 1925 

Aug., 1930 

June, 1930 

Sept., 1925 

July, 1923 

Feb., 1929 



1,302.74 



11,228.14 



23,114.84 
51,645.20 



74,760.04 



$ c. 

200.14 
1,913.57 
1,446.38 

148.08 



4,682.05 

661.50 

5,330.02 

1,763.32 

787.50 

3,856.21 

171.55 

799.89 

1,353.57 

1,392.69 

10,295.93 

4^944.90 



93,263.03 

18,434.24 



111,697.27 



$ c. 

208.15 
1,189.28 
1,165.11 

154.00 



2,400.28 
348.36 



772.16 



2,491.47 

178.41 

831.89 

97.54 

1,448.40 

5,821.23 



3,070.06 



50,643.27 
3,364.00 



54,007.27 



$ c. 



14.14 
14.04 



1.89 
62.98 



0.68 

5.23 
23.21 



649.37 
51,776.27 



52,425.64 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $1,614,779.69 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1933 160,559.10 



Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $1,454,220.59 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $89,031.78 

Amount included in costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power, and 

against equipment in local distribution systems 

Minor credits to reserve upon transfer of lines and equipment.. 
Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 58,168.82 



30,557.10 



10,255.23 
158.86 



Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1934. 



188,171.79 
$1,642,392.38 
49,560.35 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $1,592,832.03 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



227 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power suoplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8.01 
76.89 
57.80 

5.92 


$ c. 


$ c. 
61.78 

552.77 
63.05 
46.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 
61.78 








1,368.09 








416.16 








46.33 


52.11 


567.48 


1,922.33 






187.28 
26.46 

213.20 
70.53 
31.50 

154.24 

8.75 

32.00 

54.14 

55.73 

411.97 


557.99 

82.30 


3,027.04 








421.90 




166.32 




5,376.90 




422.35 
416.92 

1,737.74 
140.47 
627.83 
146.35 




1,484.04 








1,235.92 








3,258.61 








205.34 








627.83 








1,456.52 




560.17 


559.47 






1,937.87 


6,829.77 


448.50 


3,241.71 

587.07 


14,895.14 






197.80 




1,485.57 










922.94 

842.80 


3,742.72 
664.38 


9,638.74 
97,607.83 


19,000.52 
1,912.72 


31,665.04 
91,875.06 


64,000.89 
11,202.84 


1,765.74 


4,407.10 


107,246.57 


20,913.24 


123,540.10 


75,203.73 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 .- $429,836.32 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $24,988.45 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 15,278.55 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power and 

against local distribution systems 3,303.17 

Share of profits on sale of securities in which a portion of the 

Reserve funds of the Commission stood invested 1,456.69 

Commission's share of American and Sterling exchange (net 

credit) on the transfer of funds to New York and London 

by the Province of Ontario to meet capital retirements, 

inclusive of adjustments of amounts overcharged the 

Commission in years 1932 and 1933 7,006.26 

Note — Above amount is exclusive of exchange on 
interest coupons. 
Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 



17,193.45 



Deduct: 

Contingencies met with during the year ending October 31, 1934. 



69,226.57 

$499,062.89 

2,254.75 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $496,808.14 



228 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



G.B.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system, and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1934 



Municipality 


Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 


Amount 


Municipality 


Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 


Amount 


Alliston 


11 years 

13 " 
16 " 

15 " 
11 " 

11 " 

15 " 

15 " 

14 " 

13 " 

16 " 
16 " 
11 " 

15 " 

14 " 

14 " 

16 " 
11 " 
14 " 

13 " 

14 " 

13 " 
13 " 

13 " 
10 " 

10 " 
10 " 

13 " 

10 " 
16 " 

2 " 

14 " 

11 " 

13 " 

14 " 

10 " 

18 " 

4 " 

15 " 
10 " 

10 " 
10 " 

4 " 
13 " 

4 " 


$ c. 
12,801.88 
11,941.01 
82,793.94 
13,313.97 
9,678.86 

10,737.95 
5,143.14 

10,006.32 
2,539.52 

21,170.73 

8,211.40 
88,206.95 
3,019.34 
7,381.27 
7,148.60 

19,769.43 
9,812.03 
2,324.56 
4,056.95 
7,271.13 

13,959.51 

50,548.25 

2,325.71 

34,460.79 

21,703.66 

1,931.25 
10,495.63 

5,733.33 

14,752.42 

137,711.90 

550.29 

18,334.63 

6,056.57 

24,348.09 

115,170.28 

6,068.38 
39,550.40 
2,772.37 
3,726.13 
8,939.00 

966.59 

4,390.87 

1,149.44 

11,269.10 

2,790.45 


Stayner 


16 years 
15 " 
11 " 

10 " 

11 " 

11 " 

10 " 

15 " 

4 " 

15 " 

4 " 

5 " 

10 " 
15 " 

5 years 

5 " 

5 " 

12 " 

3 " 

7 " 
9 " 
9 " 

6 " 

4 " 

7 " 

11 " 
6 " 
4 " 

4 " 

11 " 

13 " 
6 " 

5 " 

6 " 

4 " 

7 " 

9 " 

12 " 
11 " 

6 " 


$ c. 
9,696.14 


Arthur 


Sunderland 


6,707.68 


Barrie 


Tara 


5,155.34 


Beaverton 


Teeswater 


7,178.07 


Beeton 


Thornton 


1,994.06 


Bradford 


Tottenham 


6,276.06 


Brechin 


Uxbridge 


9,595.22 


Cannington 


Victoria Harbour 


4,051.13 


Chatsworth 


Walkerton 


5,485.64 


Chesley 


Waubaushene 


2,305.71 


Coldwater 


Wiarton 


4,406.07 


Collingwood 


Windermere... 


938.52 


Cookstown 


Wingham . 


20,605.32 


Creemore 


Woodville 


6,721.22 


Dundalk 


Rural Power Districts* 
Alliston R.P.D 




Durham 




Elmvale 




Elmwood 




Flesherton 




Grand Valley 


2,542.23 




Arthur R.P.D 


174.08 


Gravenhurst . 


Bala R.P.D 


2,869.60 


Hanover 


Barrie R.P.D. 


8,307.19 


Holstein 


Baysville R.P.D 


1,332.97 


Huntsville 


Beaumaris R.P.D. 




Kincardine . 


4,472.92 




Beaverton R.P.D 


3,500.75 


Kirkfield 


Beeton R.P.D 


131.18 


Lucknow 


Bradford R.P.D 


1,404.45 


Markdale 


Bruce R.P.D 


2,270.63 


Meaford 


Buckskin R.P.D 




Midland ... 


610.97 


Mildmay 


Cannington R.P.D 

Chatsworth R.P.D. 


3,118.76 
320.78 


Mount Forest .... 


Cookstown R.P.D. 


30.03 


Neustadt 


Creemore R.P.D. ... 


1,532.03 


Orangeville 


Elmvale R.P.D. 




Owen Sound 


2,356.69 




Flesherton R.P.D. 


556 . 54 


Paisley 


Gravenhurst R.P.D 

Hawkestone R.P.D 

Holstein R.P.D 


651.59 


Penetanguishene 


1,145.64 


Port Elgin 


34.82 


Port McNicoll 


Huntsville R.P.D. 




Port Perry 


1,179.28 




Innisfil R.P.D 


6,277.14 


Priceville 


Lucknow R.P.D.. 


33.95 


Ripley 


Mariposa R.P.D... 


7,911.98 


Rosseau 


Markdale R.P.D. 


1,032.84 


Shelburne 


Meaford R.P.D 




Southampton 


53.89 









*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power' 
ating" statements preceding. 



and "Rural Oper- 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



229 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



G.B.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionale share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system, and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1934 



Rural power district* 


Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 


Amount 


Rural power district* 


Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 


Amount 


Medonte R.P.D 


5 years 

4 " 

8 " 

13 " 

8 " 
4 " 

12 " 

9 " 
4 " 

9 " 

10 " 


$ c. 

571.26 

642.95 

35.44 

2,661.68 

1,871.74 
369.53 

4,599.50 
418.28 
325.51 

1,105.93 
4,823.20 


Tara R.P.D 


10 years 
5 " 

5 " 

10 " 

12 " 

6 " 


$ c. 
2,382.55 


Midland R.P.D 


Thornton R.P.D. ... 


554.06 


Neustadt R.P.D. ... 


Utterson R.P.D. 


1,792.37 


Nottawasaga R.P.D 


Uxbridge R.P.D 


4,726.82 


Orangeville R.P.D 

Owen Sound R.P.D 

Port Perry R.P.D 


Wasaga Beach R.P.D 

Wroxeter R.P.D 

Totals 


8,786.41 
4,804.22 


Ripley R.P.D 


$1 




Sauble R.P.D 


L, 062,474.58 


Shelburne R.P.D... 




Sparrow Lake R.P.D 





*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 $936,659.56 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $71,847.17 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power 

within rural power districts 8,450.52 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power and local distribution systems ■ 8,050.95 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the . . 

credit of the reserve accounts 37,466.38 

125,815.02 

Total $1,062,474.58 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

rural lines for the year ending October 31, 1934 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 
sinking fund, 
renewals and 
contingencies 
charged 


Brechin 


$ c. 

922.02 

1,885.41 


$ c. 

48.22 

105.77 


$ c. 
16.60 
33.94 


$ c. 
18.44 
37.71 


$ c. 
9.22 

18.85 


$ c. 
92.48 


Flesherton 


196.27 






Totals 


2,807.43 


153.99 


50.54 


56.15 


28.07 


288.75 







230 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $517.15 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

By charges against the municipalities which operate the lines $56.15 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 20.69 

76.84 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $593.99 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $222.36 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

By charges against the municipalities which operate the lines $28.07 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 8.89 

36.96 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $259.32 

EASTERN ONTARIO 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $833,980.26 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the 
system: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $602,218.79 

Rural power districts 122,170.71 

724,389.50 

Interest (including exchange thereon) on capital investment in: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $ 831,133.35 

Rural power districts 82,273.43 

913,406.78 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $177,291.97 

Rural power districts 65,611.42 

242,903.39 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $52, 118. 37 

Rural power districts 32,805.71 

84,924.08 

Provision for sinking funds: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $109,931.07 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power and local distribution systems 47,341 .45 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 17,540.50 

174,813.02 

$2,974,417.03 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 231 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line, together 

with interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1934 


Lines operated by 


Period of years 
ending October 31, 1934 


Amount 


Brechin 


16 years 

17 " 


$ c. 
332.55 


Flesherton 


598.26 






Total 




930.81 



Reserve for Sinking Fund 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 $846.41 

Provided in year ending October 31, 1934 — 

By charges against municipalities which operate the lines $50.54 

Interest at 4% per annum on amounts standing at the credit of the 

reserve accounts 33.86 

84.40 



Total $930.81 



SYSTEM 

Ending October 31, 1934 

Revenue for period 
Amounts received from (or billed against) municipalities at interim 

monthly rates $1,932,028.06 

Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in rural power 

districts 479,968.71 

Power sold to private companies 584,938.02 

Amounts received from customers in local electric distribution 

systems 24,500.63 

Power supplied to Pulp Mill at Campbellford 46,514.03 

Amounts received from customers of the Gas Works 16,059.14 

$3,084,008 . 59 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums received (or billed) at interim monthly 
rates and the amounts charged — following annual adjust- 
ment — in respect of power supplied in the year $6,397.97 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the sums received' 
from (or billed against) customers therein and the amounts 
charged to such districts — following annual adjustment — 
in respect of power supplied in the year 29,488.03 

35,886.00 

Deduct: $3,119,894.59 

Amounts received from (or billed against) certain munici- 
palities at interim monthly rates in excess of the amounts 
charged — following annual adjustment — in respect of 
power supplied in the year $140,252.33 

Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in certain 
rural power districts in excess of the amounts charged to 
such districts — following annual adjustment 5,340.51 

145,592.84 

Revenue $2,974,301.75 

Add: 

Amount charged against the obsolescence and contingency 
reserve, which amount comprises: 

(a) Loss on operation of local gas works $4,064.39 

(b) Profit from power sold to customers on local 
electric distribution systems owned by the Com- 
mission 3,949.11 

115.28 



$2,974,417.03 



232 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 

1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 
charges are 
payable • 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Alexandria. 
Apple Hill- 
Athens 

Bath 

Belleville .. 



Bloomfield 

Bowmanville. 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Cardinal 



Carleton Place. 

Chesterville 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 



Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock... 
Kempt ville. 
Lakefield... 



Lanark 

Lancaster. 
Lindsay.... 

Madoc 

Marmora.. 



Martintown. 

Maxville 

Napanee 

Norwood 

Oshawa 



Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough. 
Picton 



Port Hope 

Prescott 

Richmond 

Russell 

Smiths Falls. 



$ c. 
66.00 
54.00 
63.00 
95.00 
38.00 

61.00 
41.50 
46.00 
34.00 
40.00 

37.00 
44.00 
41.00 
39.79 
54.50 

65.00 
55.00 
55.00 
42.50 
53.50 

50.00 
97.00 
44.00 
50.00 
53.00 

57.00 
62.00 
40.00 
41.00 
41.00 

26.90 



35.00 
32.00 
50.00 

43.20 
34.00 
55.00 
66.00 
32.00 



$ c. 
66.00 
57.00 
60.00 
80.00 
37.00 

61.00 
41.50 
43.00 
34.00 
42.00 

37.00 
44.00 
41.00 
41.00 
56.00 

65.00 
52.00 
53.00 
42.50 
48.00 

50.00 
90.00 
43.00 
50.00 
52.00 

52.00 
66.00 
40.00 
43.00 
35.00 

26.90 



35.00 
33.00 
48.00 

42.00 
33.00 
55.00 
64.00 
32.00 



$ c. 




94,766.11 


201.6 


11,075.92 


29.0 


29,113.41 


74.3 


18,755.75 


29.1 


773,209.66 


3,767.8 


28,177.59 


73.3 


387,825.60 


1,659.1 


58,209.26 


239.5 


423,336.88 


2,362.4 


28,035.67 


134.4 


237,734.51 


1,129.3 


45,024.74 


172.6 


305,503.00 


1,349.5 


29,635.44 


117.1 


45,138.59 


121.2 


19,998.28 


47.4 


25,668.40 


74.6 


47,381.26 


125.7 


69,968.08 


262.1 


62,379.02 


203.9 


21,812.41 


68.3 


26,840.87 


35.5 


427,582.66 


1,732.7 


38,942.94 


139.8 


26,774.58 


88.9 


5,890.27 


20.2 


31,985.83 


72.8 


206,793.52 


926.0 


23,121.23 


92.2 


2,230,725.96 


9,377.7 


771,735.19 


6,758.7 


964.71 


18,928.5 


217,945.42 


1,137.4 


1,168,401.16 


6,058.5 


264,629.68 


820.9 


260,378.90 


1,161.0 


126,682.86 


755.4 


18,234.00 


45.5 


19,460.21 


43.8 


261,544.25 


1,608.0 



$ c. 
1,647.57 
237.00 
607.22 
237.82 
30,792.30 

599.04 
13,558.97 

1,957.31 
19,306.72 

1,098.38 

9,229.19 

1,410.57 

11,028.77 

957.00 

990.51 

387.38 

609.67 

1,027.28 

2,142.01 

1,666.37 

558.18 

290.12 

14,160.47 

1,142.51 

726.53 

165.08 

594.96 

7,567.72 

753.50 

76,639.14 

55,235.43 
208,213.50 

9,295.39 
49,513.02 

6,708.80 

9,488.26 

6,173.50 

371.85 

357.95 

13,141.38 



$ c. 

2,717.36 

352.95 

718.33 

400.48 

27,323.59 

959.58 
14,701.09 

2,089.95 
13,360.59 

1,111.52 

6,184.44 

1,972.66 

12,398.10 

971.11 



1,343.94 

676.01 

807.74 
1,368.22 
1,998.34 
1,963.98 

555.79 

654.42 

19,127.36 

1,755.65 

1,162.51 

293.90 

915.78 

8,125.48 

987.29 

76,432.86 

27,452.06 
352.82 

5,814.70 
37,706.01 

8,905.03 

11,295.02 

4,884.42 
501.45 
751.27 

8,047.54 



$ c. 
4,517.16 

527.92 
1,420.96 

924.04 
37,851.18 

1,376.31 
19,108.38 

2,853.53 
20,280.36 

1,373.03 

11,510.29 
2,112.25 

15,057.29 
1,463.26 
2,218.40 

975.53 
1,263.79 
2,305.92 
3,397.80 
3,053.08 

1,058.93 
1,293.15 
20,919.18 
1,908.73 
1,297.66 

280.73 

1,528.06 

10,133.91 

1,126.01 

109,125.30 

37,912.75 
47.66 
10,570.53 
57,041.60 
12,946.86 

12,763.03 

6,072.94 

895.79 

942.15 

12,617.26 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



233 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 

1,608.55 
179.93 
483.92 
310.56 

7,107.87 

401.01 
4,079.12 

633.23 
5,335.71 

382.77 

3,301.50 

671.98 

3,118.91 

333.17 

633.96 

337.22 
347.99 
668.96 
1,062.09 
795.52 

348.37 
487.71 
4,710.21 
468.60 
333.39 

89.87 

535.91 

2,082.91 

258.02 

23,826.66 

6,545.62 

19.30 

2,895.29 

9,936.17 

3,470.80 

2,634.23 

1,530.59 

304.85 

331.21 

3,161.74 



$ c. 
294.88 
41.41 
95.15 
54.74 
2,503.94 



1,226 
199 

1,604 
118 



894.15 
163.97 
996.38 
102.85 
165.59 

65.52 

83.76 
151.45 
249.30 
194.67 

78.43 

80.48 

1,321.88 

126.43 

95.05 

21.85 
105.11 
678.23 

82.01 
6,913.70 

3,260.72 
4.82 

841.89 
3,473.91 

790.89 

840.73 

495.34 

58.10 

63.27 

1,043.63 



$ c. 
962.93 
111.43 
297.55 
194.14 
7,708.18 

288.28 
3,893.99 

585.48 
4,168.77 

278.88 

2,375.51 
453.12 

3,062.55 
298.65 
461.36 

204.82 
261.74 
484.52 
707.10 
633.47 

221.95 

277.21 

4,303.73 

393.86 

269.10 

58.94 

324.05 

2,071.33 

232.90 

22,415.47 



7,359 
10 

2,166 

11,608 

2,691 



2,608.97 

1,240.59 

186.85 

199.60 

2,572.05 



$ c. 

590.29 

84.91 

217.55 

85.20 

11,032.19 

214.62 
4,857.88 

701.26 
6,917.15 

393.53 

3,306.61 
505.38 

3,951.36 
342.87 
354.88 

138.79 
218.43 
368.05 
767.43 
597.02 

199.98 
103.94 
5,073.38 
409.34 
260.30 

59.15 

213.16 

2,711.35 

269.96 

27,458.09 

19,789.68 



3,330.33 

17,739.41 

2,403.61 

3,399.43 

2,211.83 

133.22 

128.24 

4,708.26 



$ c. 
12,338.74 
1,535.55 
3,840.68 
2,206.98 
124,319.25 

3,925.03 
61,425.72 

9,019.95 
70,973.68 

4,756.11 

36,801.69 
7,289.93 

49,613.36 
4,468.91 
6,168.64 

2,785.27 
3,593.12 
6,374.40 
10,324.07 
8,904.11 

3,021.63 
3,187:03 
69,616.21 
6,205.12 
4,144.54 

969.52 

4,217.03 

33,370.93 

3,709.69 

342,811.22 

157,556.02 
208,648.26 

34,914.35 
187,018.53 

37,917.42 

43,029.67 

22,609.21 

2,452.11 

2,773.69 

45,291.86 



$ c. 

13,306.20 
1,634.34 
4,499.57 
2,399.10 
140,081.80 

4,470.73 
68,853.99 
10,442.24 
80,322.41 

5,599.98 

41,783.53 
7,592.17 

55,328.13 
4,775.15 
6,757.08 

3,080.42 

3,915.96 

6,713.96 

11,139.55 

10,002.03 

3,415.37 
3,249.17 
74,823.34 
6,989.55 
4,636.73 

1,069.11 

4,750.06 

37,038.97 

3,926.59 

336,413.25 

181,808.55 
208,648.26 

39,809.26 
198,821.41 

39,697.53 

49,012.76 

25,049.00 

2,500.18 

2,819.17 

51,454.36 



$ c. 
967.46 
98.79 
658.89 
192.12 
15,762.55 

545.70 

7,428.27 

1,422.29 

9,348.73 

843.87 

4,981.84 
302.24 

5,714.77 
306.24 

588.44 

295.15 
322.84 
339.56 
815.48 
1,097.92 



393.74 

62.14 

5,207.13 

784.43 

492.19 

99.59 

533.03 

3,668.04 

216.90 



24,252.53 



4,894.91 

11,802.88 

1,780.11 

5,983.09 
2,439.79 

48.07 

45.48 

6,162.50 



6,397.97 



234 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Jan. 1 
1934 



To 

Oct. 31 

1934 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 

* factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth. 
Wellington.. 



Westport 

Whitby 

Williamsburg 
Winchester.... 



$ c. 
34.50 
32.20 
58.00 
57.00 
49.00 

85.00 
40.00 
41.00 
42.00 



$ c. 
34.50 
32.00 
63.00 
53.00 
47.00 

80.00 
40.00 
40.00 
40.00 



Rural Power Districts 

Alexandria R.P.D. — Hawkesbury 
E. and Lochiel twps 

Arnprior R.P.D. — Fitzroy twp 

Belleville R.P.D.— Huntingdon, 
Sidney, Thurlow and Tyendinaga 
twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D. — Darlington 
twp 

Brighton R.P.D.— Brighton, Cra- 
mahe and Murray twps 



Brockville R.P.D. — Augusta, Eliza- 
bethtown, Escott Front, Leeds and 
Lansdowne Front, Leeds and Lans- 
downe Rear, Yonge and Escott Rear 
and Yonge Front twps 

Campbellford R.P.D. — Rawdon 
and Seymour twps.". 

Carleton Place R.P.D. — Ramsay 
twp 

Chesterville R.P.D. — Cambridge, 
Finch, Osnabruck, Russell, Wil- 
liamsburg and Winchester twps 

Cobourg R.P.D.— Alnwick, Haldi- 
mand, Hamilton and Hope twps... 



and 



Colborne R.P.D.— Cramahe 
Haldimand twps 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. — Bexley 
Fenelon, Laxton, Digby and Long- 
ford, Somerville and Verulam twps 

Iroquois R.P.D. — Gower S., Matil 
da, Mountain, Oxford, Williams- 
burg and Winchester twps 



40,861.21 
472,248.94 
59,303.50 
18,662.64 
46,305.84 

37,696.38 

224,717.80 

27,991.01 

51,028.13 



14,179.99 



223.6 

2,740.6 

152.8 

57.5 

154.8 

61.4 
942.8 
152.3 
227.0 



29.1 



62,021.46 

25,098.93 

5,541.43 



56,938.53 
12,285.36 



54,262.54 
55,531.00 

27,479.39 

13,483.31 

53,512.06 



294.5 

104.7 

22.8 



266.8 
64.0 



175.7 
236.2 

103.4 

45.2 
380.0 



1,827.37 

22,397.52 

1,248.75 

469.92 

1,265.10 

501.79 
7,705.02 
1,244.67 
1,855.15 



237.82 
1,185.98 



2,406.80 
855.66 
186.33 



2,180.42 

523.04 

21.46 

1,435.90 
1,930.34 

845.03 

369.40 

3,105.55 



$ c. 

1,543.91 

13,733.10 

2,491.60 

693.45 

1,532.90 

736.64 
7,487.16 
1,309.89 
1,885.03 



550.09 



2,058.49 
929.65 
179.37 



1,776.65 
329.54 



1,782.47 
1,684.51 

821.44 

574.31 

1,793.87 



2,001.44 

23,262.86 

2,915.10 

913.11 

2,263.84 

1,856.40 

10,984.07 

1,363.85 

2,447.19 



685.93 



3,019.35 

1,228.58 

270.80 



2,749.37 
595.30 



2,633.00 
2,695.13 

1,343.41 

661.26 

2,594.95 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



235 



SYSTEM 



ED.— COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


321.31 


123.64 

1,415.36 

178.03 

60.97 

146.01 

125.14 
662.31 
112.99 
196.24 


404.53 
4,658.59 
606.88 
189.93 
469.80 

389.85 

2,258.42 

276.23 

509.73 


654.70 
8,024.53 
447.40 
168.36 
453.26 

179.78 

2,760.53 

445.94 

664.66 


6,876.90 
76,861.20 
8,734.95 
2,741.52 
6,713.75 

4,464.24 

34,262.15 

5,111.74 

8,278.02 


7,714.15 
87,800.33 
9,489.69 
3,091.36 
7,337.23 

4,968.31 

37,713.30 

6,119.18 

9,163.55 


837.25 
10,939.13 
754.74 
349.84 
623.48 

504.07 
3,451.15 
1,007.44 

885.53 




3,369.24 




847.19 




245.78 




582.84 




674.64 




2,404.64 




358.17 




720.02 




242.21 


45.07 


144.27 


85.21 


1,990.60 
1,185.98 

9,756.94 


1,990.60 
1,185.98 


see page 


241 

<< 


587.29 


203.54 


619.17 


862.30 


9,756.94 


<< 


« 


269.91 


80.51 


252.31 


306.56 


3,923.18 


3,923.18 


a 


«« 


60.27 


18.96 


55.73 


66.76 


838.22 


838.22 


H 




789.51 


213.55 


569.22 


781.20 


9,059.92 


9,059.92 


« 


<< 


103.82 


39.43 


122.02 


187.39 


1,900.54 
21.46 

7,961.30 


1,900.54 
21.46 

7,961.30 


«« 


<< 


852.66 


192.80 


550.02 


514.45 


11 


«< 


587.08 


184.49 


557.71 


691.60 


8,330.86 


8,330.86 


" 


«« 


320.40 


97.37 


277.53 


302.76 


4,007.94 


4,007.94 


<< 


<( 


169.46 


45.55 


136.79 


132.35 


2,089.12 


2,089.12 


<( 


- 


567.14 


208.21 


517.29 


1,112.65 


9,899.66 


9,899.66 


" 


- 



236 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 

. factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Kemptville R.P.D.— Oxford twp 

Kingston R.P.D.— Bedford, Ernes- 
town, Hinchinbrooke, Kingston, 
Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 
Loughborough, Oso, Pittsburgh and 
Portland twps 

Lakefield R. P. D.— Burleigh and An- 
struther, Douro, Harvey and 
Smith twps 

Lindsay R.P.D. — Fenelon, Ops and 
Verulam twps. 

Martintown R.P.D. — Charlotten- 
burg and Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Caledonia, Ken- 
yon, Plantagenet N., Plantagenet 
S. and Roxborough twps 

Millbrook R.P.D.— Cavan, Man- 
vers and Monaghan S. twps 

Napanee R.P.D. — Camden E., Er- 

nestown, Fredericksburg N., Fred- 
ericksburg S., Hungerford, Port- 
land, Richmond, Sheffield and 
Tyendinaga twps 

Nepean R.P.D. — Clarence, Cumber- 
land, Gloucester, Goulburn, Gower 
N., March, Nepean and Osgoode 
twps 

Newcastle R.P.D.— Clarke, Dar- 
lington and Man vers twps 

Norwood R.P.D.— Asphodel, Bel- 
mont and Methuen, Dummer and 
Seymour twps 

Omemee R.P.D.— Emily and Ops 
twps 

Oshawa R.P.D. — Darlington, Pick- 
ering, Uxbridge, Whitby and 
Whitby E. twps 

Perth R.P.D.— Bathurst, Burgess 
N., Dalhousie and Sherbrooke N., 
Drummond, Elmsley N , and 
Elmsley S., twps 

Peterborough R.P.D.— Cavan, 
Douro, Monaghan N., Monaghan 
S., Otonabee and Smith twps 

Prescott R.P.D. — Augusta, Ed- 
wardsburg and Matilda twps. 



$ c. 
5,326.42 


18.7 


$ c. 
152.83 


76,289.48 


304.9 


3,518.29 


9,758.49 


36.1 


295.03 


6,671.33 


24.4 


199.41 


14,237.91 


50.5 


412.71 


61,985.13 


146.7 


1,198.91 


12,180.50 


39.2 


320.36 


54,685.63 


199.4 


1,629.59 


80,317.55 


575.5 


4,703.27 


17,904.75 


64.1 


523.86 


12,497.41 


35.7 


291.75 


1,195.73 


3.9 


31.87 


152,674.09 


630.9 


5,156.02 


8,680.34 


32.4 


371.26 


96,282.15 


472.0 


3,857.42 


19,648.47 


107.9 


1,069.09 



$ c. $ c. 
141.07 261.11 



3,632.06 

300.29 
260.05 
389.00 

1,414.34 
572.89 



1,558.39 

2,442.57 
671.52 

343.05 

44.01 

6,277.71 

288.26 

3,551.94 
929.24 



3,722.15 

478.03 
327.38 
667.95 

2,986.56 
596.14 



2,668.87 

3,893.38 
873.94 

612.70 
58.51 

7,438.00 

364.13 

4,681.55 
928.66 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



237 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 
82.47 


$ c. 
19.46 


$ c. 
53.96 


$ c. 
54.75 


$ c. 
765.65 


$ c. 
765.65 


$ c. 
see page 


$ c. 
241 


849.57 


245.76 


768.23 


892.75 


13,628.81 


13,628.81 


<< 


a 


115.12 


29.73 


98.62 


105.70 


1,422.52 


1,422.52 


<< 


«< 


79.34 


21.83 


67.45 


71.44 


1,026.90 


1,026.90 


<« 


(t 


214.90 


53.03 


142.21 


147.86 


2,027.66 


2,027.66 


<< 


a 


1,030.20 


211.12 


626.81 


429.53 


7,897.47 


7,897.47 


(< 


a 


156.70 


42.56 


123.77 


114.78 


1,927.20 


1,927.20 


see page 


243 


651.51 


180.58 


552.91 


583.85 


7,825.70 


7,825.70 


« 


<< 


849.44 


347.31 


780.46 


1,685.08 


14,701.51 


14,701.51 


« 


a 


216.02 


61.20 


181.20 


187.69 


2,715.43 


2,715.43 


" 


tt 


170.79 


41.57 


127.51 


104.53 


1,691.90 


1,691.90 


<« 


«( 


15.25 


4.19 


12.14 


11.42 


177.39 


177.39 


«« 


«« 


1,654.98 


468.96 


1,535.43 


1,847.29 


24,378.39 


24,378.39 


<< 


«< 


106.72 


30.04 


74.48 


94.86 


1,329.75 


1,329.75 


«« 


«< 


879.23 


296.39 


959.71 


1,382.02 


15,608.26 


15,608.26 


<« 


«« 


249.70 


78.53 


193.56 


315.93 


3,764.71 


3,764.71 


(< 


» 



238 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 

• factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renfrew R.P.D. 

Horton twps 



-Admaston and 



Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Bastard and 
Burgess S., Crosby S., Kitley, 
Montague and Wolford twps 

Stirling R.P.D.— Rawdon and Sid- 
ney twps 

Trenton R.P.D.— Brighton, Mur 
ray and Sidney twps 

Warkworth R.P.D. — Percy twp. ... 

Wellington R.P.D. — Ameliasburg 
Athol, Hallowell, Hillier and Mur- 
ray twps 



Williamsburg R.P.D.— Matilda 
and Williamsburg twps 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Local electric distribution 
systems 

Totals — Local gas distribution sys- 
tem 

Totals— Pulp Mill 



Non-operating capital 

Campbellford Pulp Mill 

Grand totals 



36,044.61 

8,699.60 

35,092.18 
709.69 

51,559.34 

9,465.10 



9,870,199.27 
1,152,239.90 
5,700,389.29 

136,924.48 

26,466.13 
316,979.81 



17,203,198.88 
21,168.85 
52,559.93 



17,276,927.66 



143 

43 

187, 
3 



169.3 



51.5 



66,758 

5,063 

21,279 

274 



1,774 



95,150.7 



$ c. 
314.02 

1,176.02 

356.32 

1,535.61 
24.52 

1,383.60 

420.88 



599,103.66 
44,226.37 
173,908.07 

2,239.26 



14,502.90 



833,980.26 



783.10 

387.12 

1,356.34 
31.11 

1,472.11 

359.68 



1,752.16 

421.30 

1,720.36 
34.53 

2,514.86 

460.38 



340,555.02 

39,686.24 

184,891.37 

8,419.47 

18,816.31 
9,850.38 



482,080.57 

55,939.73 

269,379.17 

6,766.70 

1,307.22 
15,659.96 



602,218.79 



831,133.35 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



239 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 
upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of power 
by annual adjustment 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
314.02 

5,181.51 

1,484.02 

5,906.49 
116.13 

7,212.86 

1,644.46 


$ c. 
314.02 

5,181.51 

1,484.02 

5,906.49 
116.13 

7,212.86 

1,644.46 


$ c. 
see page 

<< 

<< 

«< 

<< 


$ c. 
243 


535.25 

77.28 

285.28 
7.55 

655.74 

121.12 


150.62 
27.76 

110.75 

2.51 

167.40 
38.21 


363.02 

86.58 

347.98 
7.13 

523.44 

93.40 


421.34 
127.66 

550.17 

8.78 

495.71 
150.79 


<< 

<< 

<« 
<« 

<« 

<< 


105,289.25 
13,553.91 


32,688.97 
3,958.99 

14,227.80 

269.57 


98,409.01 
11,522.06 
43,361.74 

849.50 


140,047.22 

14,827.16 

(154,874.38) 


1,798,173.70 
183,714.46 
584,938.02 

20,551.52 

20,123.53 
46,514.03 


1,932,028.06 
183,714.46 
584,938.02 

24,500.63 

16,059.14 
46,514.03 


140,252.33 


6,397.97 


54,044.25 






2,007.02 


*3,949.11 








4,064.39* 


2,397.54 


973.04 


3,130.21 
















177,291.97 


52,118.37 


157,272.52 




2,654,015.26 


2,787,754.34 















* Written off to contingencies reserve. 



240 " TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total Govern- 

capital ment 

cost grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Alexandria R.P.D. — Hawkesbury E. and 
Lochiel twps 

Arnprior R.P.D. — Fitzroy twp 

Belleville R.P.D. — Huntingdon, Sidney, 
Thurlow and Tyendinaga twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D. — Darlington twp 

Brighton R.P.D. — Brighton, Cramahe and 
Murray twps 

Brockville R.P.D. — Augusta, Elizabethtown, 
Escott Front, Leeds and Lansdowne Front, 
Leeds and Lansdowne Rear, Yonge and 
Escott Rear and Yonge Front twps 

Campbellford R.P.D. — Rawdon and Sey- 
mour twps 

Carleton Place R.P.D. — Ramsay twp 

Chesterville R.P.D.— Cambridge, Finch, 
Osnabruck, Russell, Williamsburg and 
Winchester twps 

Cobourg R.P.D. — Alnwick, Haldimand, 
Hamilton and Hope twps 

Colborne R.P.D. — Cramahe and Haldimand 
twps 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D.— Bexley, Fenelon, 
Laxton, Digby and Longford, Somerville 
and Verulam twps 

Iroquois R.P.D. — Gower S., Matilda, 
Mountain, Oxford, Williamsburg and Win- 
chester twps 

Kemptville R.P.D.— Oxford twp 

Kingston R.P.D. — Bedford, Ernestown, 
Hinchinbrooke, Kingston, Leeds and Lans- 
downe Front, Loughborough, Oso, Pitts- 
burgh and Portland twps 

Lakefield R.P.D. — Burleigh and Anstruther, 

Douro, Harvey and Smith twps 

Lindsay R.P.D. — Fenelon, Ops and Verulam 

twps 

Martintown R.P.D. — Charlottenburg and 

Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Caledonia, Kenyon, Plan 

tagenet N., Plantagenet S. and Roxborough 

twps 

Note — Items marked * include portions 
for purposes of rural power districts. 



27,788.56 
12,709.26 

150,108.21 
41,409.79 

15,292.75 



'229,754.33 

36,562.64 

897.79 



*95,818.12 
190,863.32 

58,826.08 

51,307.17 



176,712.72 
11,338.27 



266,646.40 

*52,876.60 
41,161.85 
52,739.02 

118,972.75 



13,894.28 
6,111.00 

74,375.14 
20,704.89 

7,646.38 



112,684.53 



18,281. 

448. 



46,143. 
94,695. 

29,413. 

25,229, 



88,013 
5,522 



129,277.00 

26,327.63 
20,580.92 
26,369.51 

59,486.38 



13,894.28 
6,598.26 

75,733.07 
20,704.90 

7,646.37 



117,069.80 

18,281.32 
448.90 



49,674.98 
96,167.87 

29,413.04 

26,077.76 



88,699.71 
5,815.96 



137,369.40 

26,548.97 
20,580.93 
26,369.51 

59,486.37 



$ c. 

1,990.60 

1,185.98 

9,756.94 
3,923.18 

838.22 



9,059.92 

1,900.54 
21.46 



7,961.30 
8,330.86 

4,007.94 

2,089.12 



9,899.66 
765.65 



13,628.81 

1,422.52 
1,026.90 
2,027.66 

7,897.47 



of transmission lines aggregating $22,904.51 used 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



241 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



E.O.—R URAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remain- 
ing to be credited 
to certain districts 
or charged to the 

municipalities 
comprising certain 

other districts 



Credited Charged 



1,004.15 
478.73 

4,908.01 
1,057.19 

601.34 



9,127.18 

1,016.82 
4.95 



5,406.17 
4,883.74 

2,800.25 

1,066.54 



7,206.91 
232.48 



12,143.53 

1,101.06 
1,389.96 
1,951.59 

3,595.76 



680.53 
324.79 

3,709.18 
1,020.46 

365.31 



5,700.53 

901.38 
22.12 



2,438.93 
4,692.08 

1,377.66 

1,119.67 



4,335.88 

287.24 



6,719.83 

1,219.55 

984.90 

1,295.68 

2,930.44 



551.13 
254.19 

2,976.71 

826.42 

295.85 



4,528.87 

729.98 
17.95 



1,904.53 
3,770.43 

1,115.70 

889.80 



3/497.68 
226.75 



5,379.30 

983.23 

797.62 

1,049.30 

2,373.20 



$ c. 


$ c. 


275.56 
127.09 


145.08 
69.48 


1,488.36 
413.21 


790.77 
217.55 


147.92 


77.88 


2,264.43 


1,215.31 


364.99 

8.98 


192.17 
4.73 


952.27 


519.96 


1,885.21 


1,000.32 


557.85 


293.71 


444.90 


238.70 


1,748.84 
113.38 


924.38 
61.24 


2,689.65 


1,432.62 


491.61 


260.00 


398.81 


■ 209.97 


524.65 


276.23 


1,186.61 


624.75 



4,647.05 
2,440.26 

23,629.97 
7,458.01 

2,326.52 



31,896.24 

5,105.88 
80.19 



19,183.16 
24,562.64 

10,153.11 

5,848.73 



27,613.35 

1,686.74 



41,993.74 

5,477.97 
4,808.16 
7,125.11 

18,608.23 



3,761.55 
2,559.79 

26,465.67 

7,768.78 

2,531.78 



32,135.30 

4,253.87 
60.54 



16,014.19 
23,769.11 

8,590.95 

5,331.81 



27,677.93 
1,879.96 



36,416.56 

3,991.79 
3,736.91 
7,514.67 

17,643.27 



119.53 

2,835.70 
310.77 

205.26 



239.06 



64.58 
193.22 



389.56 



$ c. 
885.50 



852.01 
19.65 



3,168.97 
793.53 

1,562.16 

516.92 



5,577.18 

1,486.18 
1,071.25 



964.96 



242 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Millbrook R.P.D.— Cavan, 

Monaghan S. twps 



Man vers and 



Napanee R.P.D. — Camden E., Ernestown, 
Fredericksburg N., Fredericksburg S. 
Hungerford, Portland, Richmond, Shef- 
field and Tyendinaga twps 

Nepean R.P.D. — Clarence, Cumberland 
Gloucester, Goulburn, Gower N., March 
Nepean and Osgoode twps 

Newcastle R.P.D. — Clarke, Darlington and 
Man vers twps 

Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel, Belmont and 
Methuen, Dummer and Seymour twps. 

Omemee R.P.D. — Emily and Ops twps 



Oshawa R.P.D. — Darlington, Pickering, Ux- 
bridge, Whitby and Whitby E. twps 

Perth R.P.D.— Bathurst, Burgess N., Dal- 
housie and Sherbrooke N., Drummond, 
Elmsley N. and Elmsley S. twps 

Peterborough R.P.D. — Cavan, Douro, 
Monaghan N., Monaghan S., Otonabee and 
Smith twps 

Prescott R.P.D. — Augusta, Edwardsburg 
and Matilda twps 

Renfrew R.P.D. — Admaston and Horton 
twps 



Smiths Falls R.P.D. — Bastard and Burgess 
S., Crosby S., Kitley, Montague and 
Wolford twps 

Stirling R.P.D. — Rawdon and Sidney twps. 

Trenton R.P.D. — Brighton, Murray and 
Sidney twps 

Warkworth R.P.D.— Percy twp 

Wellington R.P.D. — Ameliasburg, Athol, 
Hallowell, Hillier and Murray twps 



Williamsburg R.P.D.— Matilda and Wil- 
liamsburg twps 



Total capital 

Non-operating capital. 

Totals 



$ c. 
32,725.46 

•=208,608. OS 

'=340,829. 57 
*42,054. 



19,624 
7,216 



288,550 

32,372, 

180,673. 

76,479, 

7,883. 



121,021. 
*51,478. 

*77,844. 
*1,671. 



168,011.09 



37,231.25 



3,326,060. 
2,832. 



3,328,893.20 



$ c 
16,078.83 

101,217.97 



166,000. 

20,096. 

9,485. 
3,608, 



140,722.66 
16,186.04 



90,281. 

38,058. 

3.941. 



58,494.54 
23,362.56 

38,828.83 
648.75 

83,492.18 



18,615.63 



1,634,324.39 
1,416.19 



1.635,740.58 



$ 
16,646.63 

107,390.08 

174,829.41 

21,958.12 

10,139.15 
3,608.50 

147,827.69 

16,186.04 

90,391.84 

38,420.71 

3,941.87 



62,526.50 
28,116.05 

39,015.61 
1,022.29 

84,518.91 



18,615.62 



1,691,736.42 
1,416.20 



1,693 5 152.62 



$ c. 
1,927.20 

7,825.70 

14,701.51 

2,715.43 

1,691.90 
177.39 

24,378.39 

1,329.75 

15,608.26 

3,764.71 

314.02 

5,181.51 
1,484.02 

5,906.49 
116.13 

7,212.86 
1,644.46 



183,714.46 



Note — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $22,904.51 used 
for purposes of rural power districts. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



243 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



E.O.—R URAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remain- 
ing to be credited 
to certain districts 
or charged to the 

municipalities 
comprising certain 

other districts 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 

984.58 



4,930.75 

15,064.80 

1,222.01 

571.29 
69.83 

12,314.15 

1,587.31 

6,032.50 

2,928.13 

163.78 

5,402.28 
798.50 

2,857.61 
25.89 

5,315.49 
1,925.45 



122,170.71 



$ c. 
801.16 



5,256.79 

8,540.50 

1,064.61 

487.70 
152.44 

7,196.02 

773.25 

4,403.10 

1,889.00 

193.96 

3,036.17 
1,384.81 

1,876.28 
50.50 

4,139.00 
901.98 



82,273.43 



$ c. 
637.46 



4,163.03 

6,739.93 

824.95 

381.89 
123.45 

5,686.28 

626.22 

3,563.63 

1,522.56 

157.67 

2,378.19 
1,026.42 

1,515.77 
33.43 

3,331.43 

730.47 



$ c. 
318.73 

2,081.52 

3,369.97 

412.48 

190.94 
61.73 

2,843.14 

313.11 

1,781.81 

761.28 

78.83 

1,189.10 
513.21 

757.89 
16.71 

1,665.71 
365.23 



$ c. 
170.80 



1,120.71 

1,820.77 

226.97 

103.98 
32.50 

1,534.14 

164.85 

938.71 

402.72 

41.51 

647.29 
295.23 

400.01 
10.76 

882.40 
192.30 



4,839.93 

25,378.50 

50,237.48 

6,466.45 

3,427.70 
617.34 

53,952.12 

4,794.49 

32,328.01 

11,268.40 

949.77 

17,834.54 
5,502.19 

13,314.05 
253.42 

22,546.89 
5,759.89 



65,611.42 



32,805.71 



17,540.50 



504,116.23 



$ c. 
4,636.14 

22,629.76 

48,497.04 

6,352.72 

2,863.63 
441.41 

54,392.16 

2,689.17 

32,479.14 

11,019.91 

123.78 



16,910.46 
5,050.14 

13,663.97 
295.16 

20.412.85 



5,406.84 



c. 



440.04 



151.13 



349.92 

41.74 



479,968.71 



5,340.51 



$ c. 
203.79 



2,748.74 

1,740.44 

113.73 

564.07 
175.93 



2,105.32 



248.49 
825.99 



924.08 
452.05 



2,134.04 
353.05 



29,488.03 



244 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
suchcreditsandcharges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited Charged 


Alexandria 


Jan., 

April, 

Jan., 

Nov., 

April, 

April, 

Oct., 

Nov., 

April, 

July, 

May, 

April, 

Jan., 

Jan., 

Jan., 

Feb., 
June, 
Feb., 
Dec, 
Aug., 

Sept., 

May, 

Mar., 

Jan., 

Jan., 

May, 
Feb., 
Nov., 
Feb., 
Feb., 

Jan., 
Feb., 
Mar., 

April, 
Nov., 

Dec, 
Aug., 
Feb., 
Sept., 
Jan., 

Sept., 

Dec, 

Oct., 

April, 

Nov., 

Jan., 
April, 


1921 
1921 
1929 
1931 
1929 

1919 
1931 
1929 
1915 
1930 

1919 
1914 
1932 
1933 
1931 

1928 
1931 
1921 
1921 
1920 

1921 
1921 
1928 
1930 
1921 

1921 
1921 
1929 
1921 
1929 

1914 
1919 
1913 
1919 
1929 

1913 
1928 
1926 
1918 
1930 

1931 
1930 
1923 
1919 
1931 

1926 
1915 


$ c. 
321.66 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 
321.66 


Apple Hill 


41.87 


41.87 




Athens 


533.76 

\ 575.67 

6,236.38 

195.36 

583.97 

1,054.58 

1,915.74 


533.76 


Bath 






575.67 


Belleville 






6,236.38 


Bloomfield 






195.36 


Bowman ville 






583.97 


Brighton 






1,054.58 


Brockville 






1,915.74 


Cardinal 


174.99 


174.99 




Carleton Place 


462.88 
369.37 
338.80 


462.88 


Chesterville 






369.37 


Cobourg 






338.80 


Colborne . 


28.09 
462.71 


28.09 
462.71 




Deseronto 




Finch 


51.29 

358.82 

232.13 

406.15 

1,119.80 

65.23 


51.29 


Hastings 






358.82 


Havelock 






232.13 


Kemptville 






406.15 


Lakefield 






1,119.80 


Lanark 






65.23 


Lancaster 


4,527.71 






Lindsay 


3,174.87 
203.03 
233.91 

130.07 

109.94 

1,221.23 

6,965.24 




3,174.87 


Madoc 






203.03 


Marmora 






233.91 


M artintown 






130.07 


Maxville 






109.94 


Napanee 






1,221.23 


Norwood . 


102.35 


102.98 
133.33 

1,466.87 


0.63 


Oshawa 


7,098.57 


Ottawa 


1,466.87 




Perth 


1,588.34 


1,588.34 


Peterborough 


3,572.32 


3,572.32 




Picton 


2,559.15 

2,437.72 

793.07 


2,559.15 


Port Hope... 






2,437.72 


Prescott 






793.07 


Richmond 


98.61 


98.61 




Russell 


144.69 
665.53 
260.21 

3,407.89 


144.69 


Smiths Falls 






665.53 


Stirling 






260.21 


Trenton 






3,407.89 


Tweed . 


590.26 


590.26 




Warkworth 


283.89 
448.67 
617.54 

351.60 
913.03 


283.89 


Wellington 






448.67 


Westport 






617.54 


Whitby 






351.60 


Williamsburg 






913.03 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



245 



SYSTEM 



E.O.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit Charge 


$ c. 
4.27 


$ c. 


$ c. 
967.46 

98.79 

658.89 

192.12 

15,762.55 

545.70 
7,428.27 
1,422.29 
9,348.73 

843.87 

4,981.84 
302.24 

5,714.77 
306.24 
588.44 

295.15 
322.84 
339.56 

815.48 
1,097.92 

393.74 

62.14 

5,207.13 

784.43 

492.19 

99.59 

533.03 

3,668.04 

216.90 


$ c. 


$ c. 
971.73 

97.99 

668.00 

200.20 

15,846.82 

549.60 
7,438.13 
1,443.32 
9,374.34 

840.65 

4,990.97 
308.43 

5,722.34 
305.79 
579.92 

296.35 
328.98 
343.32 
822.33 
1,116.71 

394.84 


$ c. 




0.80 






9.11 






8.08 








84.27 








3.90 








9.86 








21.03 








25.61 










3.22 






9.13 






6.19 








7.57 










0.45 

8.52 












1.20 






6.14 








3.76 








6.85 








18.79 








1.10 










181.11 




4,646.68 


51.84 




5,258.97 

787.70 
496.68 

101.90 

534.83 

3,688.78 

215.32 




3.27 








4.49 








2.31 








1.80 








20.74 










1.58 






138.57 


6,397.97 


6,259.40 




38.74 


24,252.53 

4,894.91 

11,802.88 

1,780.11 

5,983.09 

2,439.79 

48.07 

45.48 

6,162.50 

837.25 

10,939.13 
754.74 
349.84 
623.48 
504.07 

3,451.15 
1,007.44 


24,213.79 
4,922.06 

11,741.81 
1,814.61 
6,021.03 

2,455.87 
46.24 
48.68 

6,173.73 
841.73 

10,996.27 
743.61 
354.63 
631.00 
514.92 

3,457.12 
1,025.98 


27.15 








61.07 






34.50 






37.94 








16.08 










1.83 






3.20 






11.23 








4.48 








57.14 










11.13 






4.79 






7.52 








10.85 








5.97 








18.54 









246 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
suchcreditsandcharges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Winchester 


Jan., 


1914 


$ c 
569.49 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
569.49 










Totals — Municipalities 




41,900.70 


11,065.78 


6,672.03 


42,034.66 




Dec, 
Dec, 
Aug., 
Jan., 
Nov., 

Nov., 
Aug., 
Feb., 
Nov., 
Feb., 

Aug., 
July, 
July, 
Dec, 
Jan., 

July, 
July, 
Jan., 
Dec, 
July, 

Nov., 

Feb., 

Sept., 

Jan., 

Jan., 

April, 
Aug., 
Jan., 
June, 

Nov., 

May, 

Nov., 
Jan., 
Nov., 
Nov., 

Feb., 


1929 
1930 
1927 
1924 
1929 

1921 
1924 
1932 
1921 
1927 

1925 
1931 
1930 
1930 
1923 

1928 
1930 
1922 
1927 
1930 

1927 
1922 
1927 
1929 
1931 

1918 
1931 
1927 
1922 
1930 

1929 
1929 
1924 
1928 
1925 

1923 




Rural Power Districts* 
Alexandria R.P.D 




3,256.90 
1,819.52 


578.27 
141.22 




Arnprior R.P.D 






Belleville R.P.D 


23,453.54 

684.71 

71.33 

944.68 




Bowmanville R.P.D 






5.86 


Brighton R.P.D.. . 








Brockville R.P.D 




86.99 

3,162.30 

50.03 


15.09 


Campbellford R.P.D 


3,040.67 
75.00 


13.04 


Carleton Place R.P.D 






Chesterville R.P.D 


1,240.93 
659.26 


1.29 


Cobourg R.P.D. 








Colborne R.P.D 


2,159.29 
1,253.86 


2,250.30 

1,148.07 

11.21 

139.09 

16,279.87 

2,666.11 
989.57 
748.61 

1,937.24 
317.89 

9,022.31 


32.49 


Fenelon Falls R.P.D 






Iroquois R.P.D 


2,541.61 


77.28 


Kemptville R.P.D... 


412.11 
15,653.71 

2,977.66 
1,734.08 
719.82 
1,862.73 
1,673.62 

12,493.52 




Kingston R.P.D 




41.85 


Lakefield R.P.D 






Lindsay R.P.D 




6.00 


Martintown R.P.D. 






Maxville R.P.D 




440.62 


Millbrook R.P.D 




49.26 


Napanee R.P.D... 






Nepean R.P.D. 


3,278.08 
1,201.51 




Newcastle R.P.D. 








Norwood R.P.D. 


2,341.01 
585.30 


1,075.65 
272.62 




Omemee R.P.D. 






Oshawa R.P.D. . 


40,063.45 


132.00 


Perth R.P.D 


3,262.45 


2,129.11 


371.88 


Peterborough R.P.D. 


13,409.51 




Prescott R.P.D 


1,549.61 
1,161.14 

6,410.94 
2,144.57 


1,611.59 
409.08 

6,720.88 
2,230.35 


38.02 


Renfrew R.P.D. 






Smiths Falls R.P.D 




13.95 


Stirling R.P.D 




15.34 


Trenton R.P.D 


2,132.19 
20.42 




Warkworth R.P.D. 








Wellington R.P.D 


9,234.36 
2,087.40 


9,603.74 
1,952.14 


20.36 


Williamsburg R.P.D... 




41.10 








Totals — Rural power districts... 


89,701.22 
41,900.70 


77,909.27 
11,065.78 


65,534.24 
6,672.03 


1,315.43 


Totals — Municipalities 




42,034.66 








Totals 


131,601.92 


88,975.05 


72,206.27 


43,350.09 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



247 



SYSTEM 



E.O.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
9.17 


$ c. 


$ c. 

885.53 


$ c. 


$ c. 
894.70 


$ c. 










698.44 


308.45 


140,252.33 


6,397.97 


140,622.72 


10,906.08 




130.28 

72.78 




885.50 




3,694.41 




119.53 

2,835.70 
310.77 
205.26 

239.06 




1,631.55 


938.14 




27,227.38 

1,016.82 

279.44 

1,293.05 




27.20 








2.85 








37.61 










121.71 
3.00 


852.01 

19.65 

3,168.97 

793.53 

1,562.16 
516.92 


865.13 








47.62 


49.60 






1,879.73 


26.37 








107.90 




87.21 
50.15 






1,590.85 








672.86 


99.67 


64.58 
193.22 


2,639.79 






16.48 
627.41 

119.11 
69.36 
28.79 
85.10 
68.75 

499.74 




96.28 




5,577.18 

1,486.18 
1,071.25 




5,620.28 








1,916.84 








1,891.12 




389.56 


389.56 






964.96 
203.79 

2,748.74 

1,740.44 

113.73 • 

564.07 

175.93 


1,416.17 








1,677.53 








6,719.69 


131.12 




1,668.76 
1,135.84 




48.06 










93.64 
23.41 




1,923.07 








512.02 


1,602.54 


440.04 


41,974.03 






131.00 


2,105.32 


3,741.54 


536.38 


151.13 


14,097.02 






63.20 
46.45 

256.73 
86.19 


248.49 
825.99 

924.08 
452.05 


287.73 








1,624.50 








884 . 82 








467.80 


85.29 


349.92 

41.74 


2,567.40 
62.98 




0.82 










370.12 

84.87 


2,134.04 
353.05 


2,155.14 








614.28 










3,585.65 
698.44 


3,135.48 
308.45 


5,340.51 
140,252.33 


29,488.03 
6,397.97 


94,352.27 
140,622.72 


42,038.86 
10,906.08 


4,284.09 


3,443.93 


145,592.84 


35,886.00 


234,974.99 


52,944.94 



248 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $4,027,275.64 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1933 884,648.61 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1933 $3,142,627.03 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $118,843.16 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 65,611.42 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 
with private companies which purchased power, and 
against equipment in local distribution systems 58,448.81 

Provision against equipment in Campbellford Pulp Mill 1,051.20 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 125,705.08 

369,659.67 

$3,512,286.70 

Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1934 21,429.50 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $3,490,857.20 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 249 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1933 $1,131,109.22 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $36,647.96 

Amount included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 32,805.71 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power, and 

local distribution systems 15,470.41 

Share of profits on sale of securities in which a portion of the 

reserve funds of the Commission stood invested 3,304.32 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 45,244.37 

133,472.77 

$1,264,581.99 
Deduct: 

Contingencies met with during the year ending October 31, 1934 $15,852 . 50 

Loss on operation of local gas works $4,064.39 

Less: Profit from power sold to customers on local 

electric distribution systems 3,949.11 

115.28 

Commission's share of foreign exchange paid during the year 
by the Province of Ontario on the transfer of funds to 
meet capital retirements, also adjustments in -respect of 
amounts of exchange charged in years 1932 and 1933 36,888.83 

52,856.61 

Note — Above amount is exclusive of exchange on interest coupons. 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $1,211,725.38 



250 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



E.O.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out of 

other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1934 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1934 



Amount 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville 

Bloomfield 

Bowman ville... 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Chesterville 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto 

Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Kempt ville 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora 

Martintown... 

Maxville 

Napanee 

Norwood 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough.. 

Picton 

Port Hope 

Prescott 

Richmond 

Russell 

Smiths Falls.... 
Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth 

Wellington 

Westport 



10 years 
10 

6 
3 

6 

6 
3 
5 
14 
5 

10 

15 

3 

2 
4 

7 
4 
6 
10 
6 

10 
10 

6 

5 

6 

10 
10 

5 

6 

6 

19 
10 

6 

6 

5 

15 

7 

9 
11 

5 

3 
4 
6 
6 
3 



19,183.90 

1,883.92 

2,888:80 

659.22 

73,972.50 

3,033.08 
17,224.43 

4,882.72 

99,600.06 

1,842.06 

44,659.69 

18,262.73 

12,854.89 

754.03 

2,625.67 

2,086.80 
1,161.15 
6,524.31 
11,211.40 
5,859.80 

3,500.74 

4,670.12 

42,531.42 

3,123.48 

2,585.75 

1,194.97 

5,604.74 

18,124.41 

3,155.66 

225,862.78 

65,541.31 
38,313.32 
140,270.73 
24,810.58 
22,519.90 

28,195.52 
1,143.40 
3,199.75 

57,974.92 
3,796.18 

23,666.97 
3,343.93 
1,796.65 

4,748.47 
1,410.18 



Whitby 

Williamsburg 
Winchester.... 



Rural Power District* 



Alexandria R.P.D. .. 

Arnprior R.P.D 

Belleville R.P.D 

Bowmanville R.P.D. 
Brighton 



Brockville R.P.D 

Gampbellford R.P.D.. 
Carleton Place R.P.D. 

Chesterville R.P.D 

Cobourg R.P.D 



Colborne R.P.D 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. 

Iroquois R.P.D 

Kemptville R.P.D 

Kingston R.P.D 



Lakefield R.P.D 

Lindsay R.P.D 

Martintown R.P.D. 

Maxville R.P.D 

Millbrook R.P.D 



Napanee R.P.D... 

Nepean R.P.D 

Newcastle R.P.D. 
Norwood R.P.D. . 
Omemee R.P.D. 



Oshawa R.P.D 

Perth R.P.D 

Peterborough R.P.D.. 

Prescott R.P.D 

Renfrew R.P.D 



Smiths Falls R.P.D. 

Stirling R.P.D 

Trenton R.P.D 

Warkworth R.P.D... 
Wellington R.P.D... 



Williamsburg R.P.D. 

Total 



6 years 

14 " 

15 " 



10 



$ c. 

24,327.91 

2,956.47 

11,893.11 



1,420.88 

251.04 

9,455.85 

2,645.25 

680.56 

12,994.96 

2,398.52 

13.41 

8,321.59 

10,158.67 

3,185.59 

1,287.76 

8,314.16 

508.23 

10,582.97 

1,120.38 
700.27 
4,856.14 
6,962.66 
1,315.91 

7,520.56 

16,775.39 

2,329.79 

1,089.56 

146.33 

22,020.56 

758.73 

15,518.82 

6,992.24 

160.94 

5,975.16 
1,877.92 
3,454.90 
113.36 
7,103.24 

1,320.94 



1,281,767.77 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and 
ating" statements preceding. 



Rural Oper- 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 251 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 $1,064,379.57 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities and rural power districts $109,931.07 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power 

within rural power districts 17,540.50 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power, and local distribution systems 47,341.45 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the 

credit of the reserve accounts 42,575.18 

217,388.20 

Total $1,281,767.77 



252 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of this 
system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $212,459.45 

Rural power districts 3,531.59 

$215,991.04 

Interest (including exchange thereon) on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $909,804.12 

Rural power districts 2,818.50 

912,622.62 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $158,209.53 

Rural power districts 2,280.75 

160,490.28 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Rural power districts $1,140.37 

1,140.37 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities and rural power districts $102,657.53 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 45,065.30 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 600.41 

148,323.24 

$1,438,567.55 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 253 



SYSTEM 

Ending October 31, 1934 

Revenue for period 

Amount received from (or billed against) each municipality by the. 

Commission $951,828.87 

Power sold to private companies 419,443.73 

Amount received from (or billed against) customers in rural power 

districts 11,793.92 

$1,383,066 . 52 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums received (or billed) at interim rates and 
the amounts charged — following annual adjustment — in 

respect of power supplied in the year $ 53,830.77 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the sums received 
from (or billed against) customers therein and the amounts 
charged to such districts — following annual adjustment — 

in respect of power supplied in the year 1,755.58 

55,586.35 

$1,438,652.87 
Deduct: 

Amount received from (or billed against) a certain munici- 
pality at interim monthly rates in excess of the amounts 
charged — following annual adjustment — in respect of 
power supplied in the year 85.32 



Revenue $1,438,567.55 

$1,438,567.55 



254 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1, 

1934 



To . 
Oct. 31, 
1934 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



$21.00 plus transfor- 
mation charges 

$21.00 plus transfor- 
mation charges 

$28.00 $30.00 



Fort William 

Port Arthur 

Nipigon township 

Rural Power Districts 



Fort William R.P.D.— Neebing, Oliver and 

Paipoonge twps 

Port Arthur R.P.D.— Shuniah twp 



$ c. 

3,346,962.47 

10,449,362.54 
25,623.21 



28,677.89 
13,979.29 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 
Totals — Companies 



13,821,948.22 

42,657.18 

4,756,436.41 



Grand totals. 



18,621,041.81 



10,264.2 

32,422.3 
86.0 



80.1 
35.9 



42,772.5 

116.0 

14,754.5 



57,643.0 



$ c. 

39,523.01 

120,277.05 
919.10 



312.10 
174.68 



$ c. 

163,271.74 

509,256.71 
1,252.06 



1,408.62 
686.48 



160,719.16 

486.78 

51,253.51 



673,780.51 

2,095.10 

233,928.51 



212,459.45 



909,804.12 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Districts and municipalities 
comprised therein 


Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 


Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 




Total 

capital 

cost 


Govern- 
ment 
grant 


Com- 
mission's 
investment 


power" 

table 

preceding 


Fort William R.P.D. — Neebing, Oliver and 
Paipoonge twps 


$ c. 

67,649.30 

49,488.54 


$ c. 

33,824.65 
24,744.27 


$ c. 

33,824.65 

24,744.27 


$ c. 
2,112.41 


Port Arthur R.P.D. — Shuniah twp. . 


1,065.47 






Totals 


117,137.84 


58,568.92 


58,568.92 


3,177.88 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



255 



SYSTEM 



T.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1934 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 


Revenue 
received in 

excess of 

cost of 

power sold 

to private 

companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 

received 

from (or 

billed 

against) each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining 
to be credited or 


Renewals 


Sinking 
Fund 


charged to each 
municipality upon 
ascertainment of the 
actual cost of power 
by annual adjust- 
ment 




Credited Charged 


$ c. 
29,025.91 


$ c. 

24,871.86 

77,270.77 
182.93 

221.04 
110.93 


$ c. 

256,692.52 

796,647.82 
2,564.10 

2,206.66 
1,107.71 


$ c. 

12,077.82 

38,151.10 
101.20 

94.25 

42.24 


$ c. 

244,614.70 

758,496.72 
2,462.90 

2,112.41 
1,065.47 


$ c. 

231,443.57 

717,837.08 
2,548.22 

2,112.41 
1,065.47 


$ c. 


$ c. 
13,171.13 


89,843.29 




40,659.64 


210.01 


85.32 

see 

<< 




264.90 
135.62 


below 


119,079.21 
400.52 


102,325.56 

331.97 

45,065.30 


1,055,904.44 

3,314.37 

368,977.12 


(50,330.12) 

(136.49) 

50,466.61 


1,005,574.32 

3,177.88 

419,443.73 


951,828.87 

3,177.88 

419,443.73 


85.32 


53,830.77 


38,729.80 












158,209.53 


147,722.83 


1,428,195.93 




1,428,195.93 


1,374,450.48 


85.32 


53,830.77 









RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



T.B.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to), customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
costs in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 


remain- 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


ing to be credited 
to certain districts 
or charged to the 

municipalities 

comprising certain 

other districts 


tration 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
1,721.12 


$ c. 

1,622.23 
1,196.27 


$ c. 

1,312.72 
968.03 


$ c. 

656.36 
484.01 


$ c. 

345.57 

254.84 


$ c. 

7,770.41 
5,779.09 


$ c. 

7,750.83 
4,043.09 


$ c. 


$ c. 
19.58 


1,810.47 




1,736.00 








3,531.59 


2,818.50 


2,280.75 


1,140.37 


600.41 


13,549.50 


11,793.92 




1,755.58 









256 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1933 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
suchcreditsandcharges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Fort William 


Oct., 1926 
Jan., 1925 
Dec., 1910 

Oct., 1932 
Jan., 1932 


$ c. 


$ c. 

23,365.27 

587.81 

73,974.37 

1,646.16 
1,719.50 


$ c. 

15,770.75 

706.01 

54,173.32 

1,552.94 
842.00 


$ c. 


Nipigon twp 






Port Arthur 






Rural Power Districts* 
Fort William R.P.D 




16.22 


Port Arthur R.P.D 












Totals 






101,293.11 


73,045.02 


16.22 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $1,340,141.96 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1933 .' 14,822.47 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $1,325,319.49 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $119,479.73 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 2,280.75 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 38,729.80 

Minor credits to reserves upon transfer of lines and equipment 3,541 . 99 

Interest at 4 % per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 53,012.78 

217,045.05 

$1,542,364.54 

Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1934 145.22 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $1,542,219.32 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



257 



SYSTEM 



T.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1933, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4 ( c per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



; Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1934 



Charged 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1934 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 


$ c. 

303.79 

15.11 

827.97 

63.48 
67.56 


$ c. 


$ c. 
13,171.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 
21,069.44 




85.32 


188.41 






40,659.64 

19.58 
1,736.00 


61,288.66 








192.50 








2,681.06 












1,277.91 


85.32 


55,586.35 


188.41 


85,231.66 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $715,396.31 

Deduct: 

Cost to the Commission (including provisions for sinking fund 
$34,794.54 and renewals $35,948.03) of power delivered 
to private companies under flat rate contracts, in excess 
of revenue received from them in the year 1933 — which 
excess has now been charged against the Contingency 
Reserve of the system ■ 41,359.65 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Amount included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts $1,140.37 

Share of profits realized on sale of securities in which a portion 

of the reserve funds of the Commission stood invested 1,577.82 

Commission's share of American and Sterling exchange (net 
credit) on the transfer of funds to New York and London 
by Province of Ontario to meet capital retirements, in- 
clusive of adjustments of amounts over charged the Com- 
mission in years 1932 and 1933 23,962.17 

Note — Above amount is exclusive of exchange on 
interest coupons. 
Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 26,961.47 



$674,036.66 



Deduct: 

Contingencies met with during the year ending October 31, 1934 



53,641.83 

$727,678.49 

14.65 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $727,663.84 



9— H. E. 



258 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



T-B.— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 
hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 
its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 
of other revenues of the system and interest 
allowed thereon to October 31, 1934 



Municipality 


Period of years ending 
October 31, 1934 


Amount 


Fort William 


8 years 

8 " 
8 " 

3 years 
3 " 


$ c. 
284,329.89 


Port Arthur 


963,397.68 


Nipigon township 


1,765.75 


Rural Power Districts* 
Fort William R.P.D. . 


1,286.66 
773.26 


Port Arthur R.P.D 






Total 


1.251.553.24 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Oper- 
ating" statements preceding. 



MANITOULIN ISLAND 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within Rural Power District, 
amount remaining to be charged to the Municipalities comprising 

costs in the year ending 





Total capital cost of the district, 




District and municipalities 
comprised therein 


Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 


Cost of 
power 




Total 

capital 

cost 


Govern- 
ment 
grant 


Com- 
mission's 
investment 


purchased 


ManitoulinR.P.D. — Billings, Carnarvon and 
Gordon and Allan twps., Town of Gore 
Bay and Indian Reserve 


$ c. 
64,933.41 


$ c. 
29,460.55 


$ c. 
35,472.86 


$ c. 
3,750.00 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund— October 31, 1934 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 $1,063,953.45 

Deduct: 

Adjustments in respect of previous years' assessments 3,155.37 

$1,060,798 . 08 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $102,657.53 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power 

within rural power districts 600.41 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 45,065.30 

Interest at 4 % per annum on amounts standing at the credit of 

the reserve accounts 42,431.92 

190,755.16 

Total $1,251,553.24 



RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



MANITOULIN— RURAL OPERATING 



the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within the District, and the 
this District uoon ascertainment (bv annual adjustment) of the actual 
October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power and 

light 

customers 

in the 

district 


Amount remain- 
ing to be charged 
to the municipal- 
ities comprising 
the district 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Charged 


$ c. 
2,313.61 


$ c. 
1,888.53 


$ c. 
1,288.67 


$ c. 
644.33 


$ c. 
373.52 


$ c. 
10,258.66 


$ c. 
8,235.38 


$ c. 
2,023.28 



260 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



MANITOULIN ISLAND 



Statement showing the net charge to Manitoulin Rural Power District in respect 
net amount charged this Rural Power District in respect of power supplied 

as a charge at 



Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such charges, also ad- 
justments made during 
the year 



Rural power district 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net charge at 
October 31, 1933 



Charge 



Credited 



Manitoulin R.P.D. — Billings, Car- 
narvon & Gordon & Allan twps . Town 
of Gore Bay and Indian Reserve.. 



Dec, 1932 



$ c. 
1,383.84 



$ c. 
515.41 



MANITOULIN ISLAND RURAL POWER DISTRICT 

Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $996.29 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934 $1,288.67 

Minor credit on the purchase of lines and equipment 1,287.00 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the 

account 39.85 

2,615.52 

$3,611.81 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1934 204.46 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $3,407.35 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



MANITOULIN— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



of power supplied to it to October 31, 1933, interest added during the year; also the 
in the year ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing 
October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount charged in 

respect of power supplied 

in the year ending 

October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 
as a charge on October 31, 1934 


Charged 


Charged 


Charge 


$ c. 
55.74 


$ c. 
2,023.28 


$ c. 
2,947.45 



MANITOULIN ISLAND RURAL POWER DISTRICT 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for contingencies to October 31, 1933 $476.90 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934 $644.33 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the 

account 19.08 

663.41 

$1,140.31 
Deduct: 

Commission's share of American and Sterling exchange paid by 
Province of Ontario on the transfer of funds to New York 
and London to meet capital retirements 22.42 

Note — Above amount is exclusive of American exchange on 
interest coupons. 
Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $1,117.89 



MANITOULIN ISLAND RURAL POWER DISTRICT 

Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the account 



$285.45 

373.52 

11.42 

$670.39 



262 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NORTHERN ONTARIO 
EMBRACING THE NIPISSING, WAHNAPITAE, ABITIBI-SUDBURY, 

Operating Account for the 

Costs of Operation 
Power purchased: 

For Abitibi-Sudbury district (temporary) $3,426.18 

For Nipissing district (temporary) 39.31 

For Espanola district 2,989.69 

$6,455.18 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of ad- 
ministrative expenses of the Commission, chargeable to the 

operation of these properties: 

Nipissing district ; $95,276.04 

Wahnapitae district 97,342.09 

Abitibi-Sudbury district 196,013.97 

Patricia district 21,234.45 

Espanola district '. 168.47 

410,035.02 

Interest on capital investment in generation and transmission equip- 
ment in: 

Nipissing district $78,015.43 

Wahnapitae district 128,530.92 

Abitibi-Sudbury district 708,476.00 

Patricia district 23,910.17 

Espanola district 333.33 

939,265.85 

Provision for renewal of generation and transmission equipment (at 

rates established by engineers of the Commission) : 

Nipissing district $21,337.90 

Wahnapitae district 27,113.65 

Abitibi-Sudbury district 133,193.37 

Patricia district 7,253.12 

Espanola district : 100.00 

188,998.04 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of generation 

and transmission equipment in: 

Nipissing district $8,399.80 

Wahnapitae district 18,075.77 

Patricia district 4,835.41 

Abitibi-Sudbury district 

Espanola district 

31,310.98 

$1,576,065.07 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
Embracing the Nipissing, Wahnapitae, Abitibi-Sudbury, Patricia, 
(Ear Falls) and Espanola Districts 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $470,542.34 

Deduct expenditures to October 31, 1933 56,863.24 

Amount of reserves to October 31, 1933 $413,679.10 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 
with private companies which purchased power and 

against local distribution systems $188,998.04 

Minor credits to reserves on transfers of equipment 3,676.53 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the 

account 16,663.96 

209,338.53 

$623,017.63 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1934 7,831.14 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $615,186.49 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 263 

PROPERTIES 

PATRICIA (EAR FALLS) AND ESPANOLA DISTRICTS 

Year Ending October 31, 1934 

Revenue for Period 

Power sold to private companies and customers in the following districts: 

Nipissing district $236,866.72 

Wahnapitae district 362,539.55 

Abitibi-Sudbury district 562,549.31 

Patricia district 67,257.33 

Espanola district 4,698.42 

Power supplied to rural power districts within the Nipissing district 4,399.67 

$1,238,311.00 

Net operating shortage for year 337,754.07 



$1,576,065.07 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
Embracing the Nipissing, Wahnapitae, Abitibi-Sudbury, Patricia, 

(Ear Falls) and Espanola Districts 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for contingencies to October 31, 1933 $211,603.46 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934 $31,310.98 

Share of profits realized on sale of securities in which a portion of 

the reserve funds of the Commission stood invested 483.45 

Commission's share of American and Sterling exchange (net credit) 

on the transfer of funds to New York and London by Province of 

Ontario to meet capital retirements, inclusive of adjustments 

of amounts overcharged the Commission in years 1932 and 1933 6,323 . 80 

Note — Above amount is exclusive of exchange on interest 
coupons. 
Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the 

account 8,464.13 

46,582.36 

$258,185.82 
Deduct: 

Contingencies met with during the year ending October 31, 1934 4,763.43 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $253,422.39 



264 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

NIPISSING RURAL 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 


Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 


Cost of 
power 




Total 

capital 

cost 


Govern- 
ment 
grant 


Com- 
mission's 
investment 




North Bay R.P.D.— West Ferris and Wid- 
difield twps. . 


$ c. 

39,420.30 
5,338.37 


$ c. 

19,338.28 
2,669.18 


$ c 

20,082.02 
2,669.19 


$ c. 
4,288.96 


Powassan R.P.D. — Himsworth S. twp 


110.71 


Totals 


44,758.67 


22,007.46 


22,751.21 


4,399.67 







NORTHERN ONTARIO 
NIPISSING RURAL 



Statement showing the net Credit to each Municipality in respect of power supplied 
Credited to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 

to each Municipality 



Rural power district 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit at 
October 31, 1933 




Credit 


North Bay R.P.D. —West Ferris and Widdifield 
twps 


June, 1927 
Nov., 1931 


$ c. 

8,875.35 


Powassan R.P.D. — Himsworth S. twp 


112.40 






Totals 




8,987.75 









1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



PROPERTIES 
POWER DISTRICTS 



N I PISSING RURAL— OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1934 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts remain- 
ing to be credited 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to certain districts 
or charged to the 

municipalities 
comprising certain 

other districts 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
1,858.38 


$ c. 

874.89 
123.44 


$ c. 

734.85 
105.29 


$ c. 

367.42 
52.65 


$ c. 

197.36 

27.72 


$ c. 

8,321.86 
575.38 


$ c. 

9,089.11 
636.83 


$ c. 

767.25 
61.45 


$ c. 


155.57 








2,013.95 


998.33 


840.14 


420.07 


225.08 


8,897.24 


9,725.94 


828.70 









PROPERTIES 
POWER DISTRICTS 



NIPISSING R URAL— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



to it to October 31, 1933, the interest added during the year; also the net amount 
ending October 31, 1934, and the accumulated amount standing as a Credit 
at October 31, 1934 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited in respect 

of power supplied in the year 

ending October 31, 1934 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit on October 31, 

1934 


Credited 


Credited 


Credit 


$ c. 

355.01 
4.50 


$ c. 

767.25 
61.45 


$ c. 

9,997.61 
178.35 


359.51 


828.70 


10,175.96 



266 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

NIPISSING RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Reserve for Renewals 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $3,800.33 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934 840.14 

Interest at 4 % per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the account 1 52 . 1 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $4,792.48 



NIPISSING RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Rural Power District in the periods 
mentioned hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered 
thereto and interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1934 



Rural power district 


Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1934 


Amount 


North Bay R.P.D.— West Ferris and Widdifield twps 

Powassan R.P.D. — Himsworth S. twp 


5 years 

3 " 


$ c. 

857.51 

77.64 






Total 




935.15 









ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCIAL TREASURER— NIAGARA AND 

April 30, 1934 Cash returned to the Province in the year ending 
October 31, 1934 to cover the difference be- 
tween advances by the Province to the Com- 
mission and the capital expenditures made out 
of such advances by the Commission in the 
year ending October 31, 1933 $342,118.80 

April 30, 1934 Paid on account of interest and exchange $5,000,000.00 

Oct. 31, 1934 Cheque to cover balance of interest and exchange 

for year ending October 31, 1934 4,800,449.85 

9,800,449.85 

Oct. 31, 1934 Payment under debt retirement plan 2,412,398.33 

Oct. 31, 1934 Balance carried down 187,829,243.28 



$200,384,210.26 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 267 



PROPERTIES 

NIPISSING RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies 

Total provision for contingencies to October 31, 1933 $1,317.98 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934 420.07 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the account 52.72 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $1,790.77 



NIPISSING RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 
Reserve for Sinking Fund 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 $682.76 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934 225.08 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of the account 27.31 



Total $935.15 



OTHER SYSTEMS— FOR THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1934 

Oct. 31, 1933 Cash advances to date for the purposes of 

Niagara and other power systems $204,973,166.14 

Less repayments to that date under debt 

retirement plan 17,008,616.73 

$187,964,549.41 

Nov. 1, 1933) 

to > Sundry cash advances : 2,619,211.00 

Oct. 31, 1934J 

Oct. 31, 1934 Interest for year on all cash advances $10,510,971.95 

Oct. 31, 1934 Commission's share of exchange paid during 
the year by the Province of Ontario on the 
transfer of funds to New York and London 
to meet interest and capital retirements 329,363.09 

$10,840,335.04 
Deduct: 

Amounts overcharged in respect of foreign 
exchange in the two years ending October 
31, 1932 and 1933 203,726.70 

$10,636,608.34 
Less — Interest credited by Province on re- 
payments made by Commission 836,158.29 

9,800,449.85 

$200,384,210.26 

Nov. 1, 1934 Total cash advances $207,250,258.34 

Less — Payments made under debt retirement plan 19,421,015.06 



$187,829,243.28 



268 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GUELPH 
Operating Account for 

Expenditures 

Transportation expense $24,035.03 

Maintenance — way and structures 6,400.22 

Maintenance — equipment 14,718.57 

Electric power and motor fuel 10,763.84 

General operating and management expenses, including a propor- 
tion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 
mission chargeable to the operation of the railway 9,465.24 

Insurance 3,764.20 

Taxes 256.85 

$69,403.95 

Interest— net 13,393.35 

Provision for instalments payable to the City of Guelph on May 1, 

1934, and November 1, 1934, under purchase agreement: 

Interest for year $2,969.35 

On account of principal 8,730.65 

11,700.00 

Provision for sinking fund 3,159.00 

$97,656.30 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1933 $57,030.74 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1933 25,557.76 



Balance brought forward October 31, 1933 $31,472.98 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1934: 

Interest at 4% on the monthly balances at the credit of the account 1,252.10 

$32,725.08 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1934 227.43 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $32,497.65 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 269 



RADIAL RAILWAY 

the Year Ending October 31, 1934 

Revenue 

Operating revenue $65,048.91 

Net deficit for year after provision for instalments on account of principal and 
interest payable to the City of Guelph, under the purchase agreement, but 
before making provision for renewal of road and equipment 32,607.39 



$97,656.30 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1934 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1933 $8,152.75 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1934 3,159.00 

Interest at 4% on the monthly balances at the credit of the account 326.11 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1934 $11,637.86 



270 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

THE HAMILTON STREET 

A Subsidiary of the Hydro-Electric 

Balance Sheet — 

Assets 

Properties, road, equipment, motor buses, franchises, etc., as 

shown in the books of the Company '. $4,773,862.68 

Less — Reserves for renewal — 

Of properties, road and equipment $676,545.60 

Of motor buses . 187,536.34 

864,081.94 

$3,909,780 . 74 

Expenditures by Company in respect of T. H. & B. subway at James Street — 
carried forward pending final allocation Of total cost of subway by Dominion 

Railway Board 20,932.78 

Materials and supplies 45,596.47 

Cash in bank $7,296.32 

Cash in hands of conductors and other employees 11,170.00 

18,466.32 

Accounts receivable, less reserve for doubtful accounts 7,993.38 

Taxes, insurance and expenses prepaid 5,426.62 

$4,008,196.31 



THE HAMILTON STREET 

A Subsidiary of the Hydro-Electric 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure — 

Expenditure 

Transportation expenses $306,220.83 

Maintenance— way and structures 51,556.92 

Maintenance of equipment 91,759.40 

Power and motor fuel 175,530.70 

General operating and management expenses, including a proportion of adminis- 
trative and accounting expenses of the Commission chargeable to the opera- 
tion of the railway 69,035.75 

Provision for renewals of motor buses 1,950.00 

Taxes (including franchise tax) 58,172.50 

Insurance — fire, accident and liability 39,322.78 

Total operating expenses ; $793,548.88 

Profit for year, before provision for renewal of road and equipment other than 

motor buses 25,731.60 

$819,280.48 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 271 



RAILWAY COMPANY 

Power Commission of Ontario 
October 31, 1934 

Liabilities 

Capital stock: 

Issued— 64,100 shares of a par value of $50.00 each $3,205,000.00 

Capital surplus — Created by advances to the Company by Dominion Power and 

Transmission Company, Limited prior to 31st December, 1929 488,846.85 

$3,693,846.85 

Profit and loss account at October 31, 1933 $17,961.24 

Less — Charges thereagainst in the last fiscal year 4,067.38 

13,893.86 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Cash advances 257,306.71 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 31,749.04 

Reserve for public liability insurance 1,399.85 

Reserve for outstanding tickets 10,000.00 

Contingent liability — 

Share of cost of T. H. & B. subway at James Street expected to 
be found payable by Company upon final allocation of 
total cost of subway by Dominion Railway Board. 



$4,008,196.31 



RAILWAY COMPANY 

Power Commission of Ontario 

For the Year Ending October 31, 1934 

Revenue 

Passenger $809,694.20 

Freight and express : 3,979.76 

Miscellaneous 5,606.52 

Total revenue '. $819,280.48 



$819,280.48 



Note: 

Interest on Commission's advances to, and investment in capital stock of 

the Hamilton Street Railway Company $156,907.79 

in excess of profit for year (before provision for renewal of road and 

equipment other than motor buses) from operation of the street railway.. 25,731 . 60 



a balance of 131,176.19 

has been charged to the contingency reserve of the Niagara system. 



272 TWENTY-SEVEN TH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

APPROPRIATIONS, ADVANCES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 
For the Year Ending October 31, 1934 



$500,181.29 



Appropriations made by the Legislature for the purposes of the Commission, Cash 
Advances by the Province to the Commission on account of such Appropriations, 
and the Capital Expenditures made on each Undertaking and System 
by the Commission out of such Cash Advances in the Year 
Ending October 31, 1934 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by Treasury Board Minute: 

For power developments (including Chats Falls) $175,000.00 

For transformer and distributing stations • 200,000.00 

For transmission lines and rural distribution systems 490,500 . 00 

$865,500.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

Treasury Board Minute $556,500.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1934 returnable to Province 56,318.71 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On Chats Falls development $29,373.17 

On steam plant (Hamilton) 396.29 

On steel-tower lines 146,847.62 

On wood pole lines 67,770.33 

On transformer stations 50,663.63 

On Eastern transformer stations 17,973.30 

On Eastern right-of-way 28,398.55 

On rural power districts 175,986.15 

On local distribution systems 3,695.24 

$521,104.28 

On Ontario Power development — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures $2,873.69 

On Toronto Power development — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 40.00 

On DeCew development — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 864.13 

On Queenston-Chippawa development- 
Receipts in excess of expenditures 9,714.46 

On right-of-way — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 6,392.21 

On Eastern transmission lines — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 1,038.50 

— 20,922.99 

$500,181.29 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature ' $180,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations $48,000.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1934. returnable to the 

Province 15,366.48 



Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On rural power districts $51,248.15 

On local distribution systems 2,154.32 



$32,633.52 



On power development — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures $2,542.47 

On transformer stations — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 3,046.61 

On transmission lines — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 15,179.87 



$53,402.47 



20,768.95 



$32,633.52 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 273 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by Treasury Board Minute $629,550.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

Treasury Board Minute $570,000.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1934 returnable to the 

Province 91,211.32 



Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power developments $2,708.35 

On transmission lines 332,582.04 

On transformer stations 93,836.72 

On rural power districts 48,116.27 

On local distribution systems: 

Electric $1,216.98 

Gas — Receipts in excess of expenditures 68.54 

1,148.44 



$478,788.68 



On rural lines 396.86 



$478,788.68 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by Treasury Board Minute $63,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appro- 
priations and Treasury Board Minute $52,607.00 

Deduct — Capital expenditures in the year ending 
October 31, 1933 in excess of cash advances by 

the Province 1,033.67 

$51,573.33 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1934 returnable to the 

Province 2,734.78 



Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power developments $3,915.46 

On transmission lines 3,688.21 

On transformer stations 36,604.97 

On rural power districts 4,629.91 



$48,838.55 



$48,838.55 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
(Other than Abitibi Canyon Development separately shown) 

AND 
MANITOULIN RURAL PQWER DISTRICT 

Appropriations by Legislature, by Special Warrant and by Treasury 

Board Minute $1,299,847.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appro- 
priations, Special Warrants and Treasury Board 

Minute $1,244,104.00 

Deduct — Capital expenditures in the year ending 

October 31, 1933 in excess of cash advances by 

the Province 3,723.72 

$1,240,380 .28 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1934 returnable to the 

Province 76,283.16 

$1,164,097 . 12 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On transmission lines — Nipissing district $903.85 

On transformer stations — Nipissing district 643 . 86 

On rural power districts — Nipissing district 3,118.98 

On local distribution systems — Nipissing district 17,039.85 

$21,706.54 
On power developments — Nipissing district 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 1,194.07 

$20,512.47 

Carried forward $20,512.47 



274 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
(Other than Abitibi Canyon Development separately shown) 

AND 
MANITOULIN RURAL POWER DISTRICT— Continued 

Brought forward $20,512.47 
On transformer stations — Abitibi-Sudbury 

district $499,561.79 

On transmission lines — Abitibi-Sudbury district 501,077.28 

■ 1,000,639.07 

On power development — Patricia (Ear Falls) 

district 4,284.82 

On power development — St. Josephs district.... $91,293.44 

On transmission lines — St. Josephs district 50,977.16 

142,270.60 

On transmission line — Espanola district 1,928.33 



$1,169,635.29 
On power developments — Wahnapitae district — 

Receipts in excess of expenditures $10,018.30 

On transformer stations — Wahnapitae district. ... 1,633.06 

8,385.24 



$1,161,250.05 
Capital expenditure by the Commission on Manitoulin rural power 

district 2,847.07 

$1,164,097.12 

ABITIBI CANYON DEVELOPMENT 

Appropriations by Special Warrant $232,400.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations Nil 

Capital expenditure by the Commission during the year ended 
October 31, 1934 out of funds turned over to it by the Receiver 
for the bondholders of Ontario Power Service Corporation 
Limitepl: 
Towards completion of the development, less certain amounts 

recovered from material salvaged and sold $132,315.36 

Expenditures incidental to the purchase of the properties — 

professional fees, etc 11,714.71 

In settlement of contractors' and other claims, together with 

interest thereon to October Si, 1933, and including 

expenses incidental thereto $184,945.37 



Less: 

Cost of certain transformers transferred during 
year to transformer stations, Abitibi- 
Sudbury district $134,300.00 

Cost of insulators transferred to Eastern Ontario 

system transformer stations 684.50 

Cost of certain office furniture transferred to 

office furniture account of Commission 1,523.91 



$328,975.44 



136,508.41 



$192,467.03 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Appropriations by Legislature and by Treasury Board Minute $148,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

Treasury Board Minute $148,000.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1934 returnable to the 

Province 5,593.53 



Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On new administration building $140,327.57 

On service building and equipment 2,078.90 



$142,406.47 
$142,406.47 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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SECTION X 



MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 



And Statistical Data Relating to Hydro -Electric Distribution Systems 

Operated by Individual Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents in summary, and 
individually, the results of the operation of the local electrical utilities in muni- 
cipalities owning their own distributing systems and operating with energy 
supplied by or through the Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

Financial statements prepared from the books of these "Hydro" utilities 
are submitted herein to show how each has operated during the past year, 
and its financial status at the present time. Other tables give useful statistical 
information respecting average costs for the various classes of service and the 
rates in force. 

The books of account of the electrical utilities in all municipalities which 
have contracted with The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for a 
supply of power are kept in accordance with an accounting system designed by 
the Commission. 

Periodical inspections are made of the books of all " Hydro" electrical 
utilities and local officials are assisted in the improvement of their office routine 
with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. In the 
majority of the smaller municipalities much of the bookkeeping for the electrical 
utilities is performed by representatives of the municipal accounting depart- 
ment of the Commission as a measure of economy. This arrangement insures 
the correct application of the standard accounting system, with resultant 
uniformity in classification of revenues and expenditures; secures true reflec- 
tions of the actual operating results for the year, and greatly enhances the 
comparative values of the reports. 

The first financial statement in this section presents consolidated balance 
sheets for each year since 1912, and thus shows the march of progress. It 
combines the balance sheets of the local municipal utilities of all the systems. 



278 TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

It is worth noting that the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 
in 1913 to $91,675,564.93 in 1934, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 to 
$140,111,145.54. The liabilities have not increased in the same proportion as 
the assets, rising from $10,468,351.79 to $46,608,590.26. The reasons for this 
are the regular fulfilment of debt retirement schedules under serial debenture 
provisions or by maturity of sinking funds, and also the fact that much of the 
cost of the increasing plant value has been financed out of reserves and surplus 
without increasing the capital liabilities of the respective utilities. By this 
procedure the funds of the systems are used to best advantage. Examination 
of the results will also show that there is a steady decline in the percentage of 
net liabilities to total assets; being from 88.0 per cent in 1913 to 35.9 per cent 
in 1934. The equities in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission's systems 
automatically acquired through the inclusion of sinking funds as part of the 
cost of power are not taken into account in arriving at these percentages. 

The second financial statement presents consolidated operating reports 
for each year since "Hydro' 'service was inaugurated and combines the results 
from the local municipal utilities of all the systems. After providing for every 
cost of operation and fixed charges, including the standard provision for 
depreciation, the combined operating reports show a net surplus of $685,489.13 
for 1934. 

The five statements, "A" to "E," following the two consolidated reports 
show the financial status of each municipal utility and the results of operations, 
giving classified information respecting revenue, operating costs, number of 
consumers and consumption, cost of power to municipalities, power and lighting 
rates charged to consumers, etc. In statements "A" and "B," the munici- 
palities are arranged alphabetically under each system; in statement "D" the 
municipalities are arranged in three groups — cities, towns and small munici- 
palities; in statements "C" and "E" all municipalities are arranged alpha- 
betically. 

Statement "A" presents the balance sheet of each electrical utility. The 
plant values are shown under the general subdivisions specified in the standard 
accounting system and the other items on the positive side of the ledger which 
are included in total assets are self-explanatory with the exception, perhaps, 
of the item entitled "equity in H-E.P.C. systems." The sinking fund portion 
of the cost paid year by year to the Commission for power is for the purpose of 
ultimately retiring the capital liabilities incurred by the Commission on behalf 
of the municipalities. A municipality's aggregate equity in the Commission's 
systems at any time is the total of the sinking fund payments that have been 
credited to it, together with interest. The total sinking fund equity acquired 
by these municipalities to the end of 1934 is shown in the consolidated balance 
sheet to be $29,274,340.46. 

In conformity with a policy of service at cost to the customer, refunds by 
cash or credit were made during the year in many municipalities from surplus 
funds accrued to the credit of municipal services, such as street lighting, water 
works, sewage disposal, etc., and to individual customers. The amounts of the 
accumulated surpluses rebated equalled, in different municipalities, from five 
per cent to twenty-five per cent of the previous year's revenue. The total thus 
returned to customers during the year 1934 amounted in round figures to 
$185,000.00. 



1935 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 279 

In each case the balance sheet includes the credit or charge representing 
the difference between the monthly payments for power at interim rates and 
the cost of power as ascertained by the Commission upon annual adjustment. 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission's systems, are listed individually and totalled; and 
under the heading ''surplus" are included not only the free operating surplus 
but the accumulation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt and also 
the amount of debentures already retired out of revenue. 

The depreciation reserve now amounts to 21.4 per cent of the total de- 
preciable plant, while the depreciation reserve and surplus combined have 
already reached the sum of $62,171,394.01, approximately 67.8 per cent of 
the total plant cost. 

Statement "B" shows detailed operating reports for each municipal 
electrical utility. It gives annual revenues from the various classes of consumers; 
the items of expenditure which make up the total annual expenditure and the 
sums set aside for depreciation. The population served by each local utility, 
and the number of consumers of each class are also shown. 

The item "power purchased" in this statement includes the debit or credit 
balances ascertained by the annual adjustment of the cost of power supplied 
to the municipalities by the Commission. 

Of the 282 municipal electric utilities included in this statement, 215 
received from consumers revenue sufficient to meet in full all operating expenses, 
interest, debt retirement instalments, and standard depreciation reserve allo- 
cation and to yield an aggregate net surplus of $765,656.13 for the year; 54 were 
able to defray out of revenue all such charges except a portion of the standard 
depreciation allocation aggregating $71,776.01; in the case of 13 utilities the 
revenue was less than the total of operating expenses, interest and debt retire- 
ment instalments by $3,685.99. 

Statement "C" shows the installation of street lights in each municipality 
together with the rates approved by this Commission, the revenue for 1934 
and the cost per capita in each municipality. 

Statement "D" presents statistics relating to the supply of electrical 
energy to consumers in Ontario municipalities served by the Commission. It 
shows the revenue, kilowatt-hour consumption, number of consumers, average 
monthly consumption, average monthly bill and the net average cost per 
kilowatt-hour both for domestic and for commercial light service in each muni- 
cipality. For power service this statement shows the revenue, the number of 
consumers and the average horsepower supplied by the municipal utility. * For 
further reference to this informative statement, consult the special introduction 
to it on page 402. 

Statement "E" presents the cost per horsepower of the power provided 
for and delivered to the municipalities by the Commission, and the local rates 
to consumers in force in the respective municipalities, during the year 1934, for 
domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service. 

*The statistics include retail power only. Wholesale industrial power as supplied by the 
Commission direct, is reported in Section IX. 



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TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


45 


69 


99 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

626,707.34 

1,090,875.69 

2,690,834.74 • 

644,514.24 

615,546.20 

840,606.64 

900,614.80 

62,765.34 

866,551.89 

1,401,175.28 

341,277.00 


$ c. 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 

270,386.55 

2,062,035.90 

420,108.33 

619,513.12 


$ c. 
873,838.18 


Substation equipment 


1,582,062.56 


Distribution system — overhead 


4,234,626.05 


Distribution system — underground 


928,420.77 
981,754.70 


Meters 


1,418,165.08 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment-ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses... 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,309,628.49 
197,644.82 

1,701,182.66 
461,651.60 


Old plant 


1,184,372.86 






Total plant 


10,081,469.16 

450,887.97 


12,901,125.40 
422,350.12 


14,873,347.77 


Bank and cash balance 


284,653.96 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431,747.27 


561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 


602,920.69 


Inventories 


726,556.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


868,983.78 


Other assets 


58,959.93 


123,410.97 


326.801.11 






Total assets 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


8,711,308.37 

1,553,711.45 

160,919.16 

42,412.81 


10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 


11,831,811.03 


Accounts payable 


2,040,038.01 


Bank overdraft 


292,106.44 


Other liabilities 


37,388.31 






Total liabilities 


10,468,351.79 


12,702,689.81 


14,201,343.79 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 








For depreciation 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 


320,129.10 
625,217.03 
750,549.35 


394,466.22 


Local sinking fund 


868,983.78 


Operating surplus 


880,730.55 






Total surplus 


961,329.19 


1,695,895.48 


2,144,180.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


88.0 


88.3 


80.3 



Note. — In computing the "percentage of net debt to total assets" the ornamental street 
lighting capital, sinking fund on local debentures, and equity in H-E.P.C. systems, are ex- 
cluded from assets; and the total liabilities are reduced by the amount of the local sinking 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



BALANCE SHEET 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1921 


128 


143 


166 


191 


195 


215 


$ c. 

1,335,936.33 

1,934,626.12 

4,832,353.27 

1,095,709.62 

1,179,132.07 

1,711,299.49 

1,251,057.13 

306,388.95 

2,059,263.42 

864,500.01 

759,748.66 


$ c. 

1,546,241.41 

2,471,293.82 

6,090,073.42 

1,157,059.90 

1,483,839.44 

1,999,095.48 

1,237,734.69 

361,975.74 

2,184,015.84 

896,753.20 

649,852.51 


$ c. 
1,859,888.69 
2,820,488.70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096.50 

214,575.75 
1,476,413.00 


$ c. 

1,995,545.83 

2,915,125.56 

7,445,820.31 

1,206,296.88 

2,073,113.45 

2,587,566.32 

1,206,638.71 

546,497.68 

2,530,101.08 

986,200.57 

805,959.89 


$ c. 

2,175,568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8,579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269,006.98 

557,678.13 

2,697,636.12 

757,194.47 

864,298.39 


$ c. 

3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.97 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997.13 

610,586.70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 


17,330,015.07 
1,061,029.90 


20,077,935.45 
340,026.50 


22,352,951.93 
391,194.91 


24,298,866.28 

462,437.23 

627,076.53 

1,921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1,925,455.77 

369,071.89 

86,216.05 


27,059,400.70 

943,858.12 

341,855.88 

2,022,538.88 

1,400,671.89 

2,244,004.34 

577,584.06 

25,447.07 


31,656,854.60 

900,842.34 
477,678.69 


695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 


1,285,097.33 
1,261,398.36 
1,337,578.96 


1,124,018.44 

972,996.96 

1,663,298.05 


2,155,788.62 

1,504,596.28 

2,541,718.35 

795,570.51 


342,215.87 


125,240.05 


444,787.63 


78,929.84 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


40,111,979.23 


15,058,641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 


15,593,773.61 

1,537,669.11 

886,177.94 

429,104.20 


17,209,217.70 

1,007,727.79 

576,816.49 

350,013.21 


18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670,271.90 


19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 


21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 

989,099.98 

938,368.84 


16,698,117.48 


18,446,724.86 


19,143,775.19 


20,627,896.57 


22,265,175.22 


25,434,257.74 








373,871.89 
3,750,162.28 


577,584.06 
4,788,645.03 


800,249.05 


1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


5,491,858.93 














1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,124,034.17 


5,366,229.09 


6,292,107.98 


549,778.59 
1,165,785.94 
1,101,448.70 


694,797.90 
1,340,615.38 
1,481,414.68 


920,076.56 
1,662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 


1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 

2,888,251.40 


1,440,156.52 
2,246,474.47 
3,297,325.64 


1,860,079.53 
2,541,718.35 
3,983,815.63 


2,817,013.23 


3,516,827.96 


4,671,922.56 


5,970,929.45 


6,983,956.63 


8,385,613.51 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


40,111,979.23 


78.4 


75.5 


71.0 


67.9 


65.4 


64.7 



fund reserve, and the liability in respect to the street lighting capital, which amount is in- 
cluded in other liabilities. 



282 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 






Number of municipalities included 


226 


235 


248 


247 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
3,334,522.68 
5,046,857.98 
11,165,330.24 
1,598,053.02 
3,618,684.73 
4,033,689.52 
1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 
3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 
7,997,947.87 


$ c. 
4,488,054.93 
6,015,919.75 
13,135,581.76 
1,959,120.41 
4,211,655.89 
4,548,933.73 
1,061,473.85 

708,431.22 
3,681,274.88 

566,619.86 
8,051,496.28 


$ c. 
4,561,648.92 
6,800,238.00 
14,182,190.33 
2,873,446.13 
4,456,669.02 
5,149,629.71 
1,134,491.77 
728,298.08 
4,168,262.21 
4,196,803.45 
5,587,420.31 


$ c. 
5,768,855.99 


Substation equipment 


8,543,166.55 


Distribution system — overhead 


16,837,535.57 


Distribution system — underground ... 


3,388,837.09 
5,079,754.23 


Meters 


5,533,483.92 


Street lighting equipment-regular 

Street lighting equipment-ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,256,916.53 
893,186.48 

4,485,110.96 
568,912.49 


Old plant 


4,549,142.46 






Total plant 


42,706,840.87 

1,164,336.24 
443,938.18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231.45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940.13 


48,428,562.56 

1,276,140.06 
1,153,424.47 
3,198,769.34 
1,819,711.62 
3,896,261.28 
2,929,603.94 
190,071.63 


53,839,097.93 

1,748,912.34 
1,329,622.58 
3,898,751.89 
1,745,628.16 
4,520,723.06 
5,420,567.58 
250,292.77 


56,904,902.27 


Bank and cash balance 


1,700,145.30 


Securities and investments 


1,095,662.92 


Accounts receivable 


3,417,558.86 


Inventories 


1,711,504.13 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


5,202,451.70 
7,551,588.70 


Other assets 


137,280.05 






Total assets -. 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


30,454,186.12 

3,699,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 


33,056,501.29 

3,708,781.76 

680,714.59 

1,517,828.47 


38,005,162.50 

3,117,224.08 

162,100.71 

1,780,564.27 


37,919,225.01 


Accounts payable 


3,139,067.92 


Bank overdraft 


226,147.82 


Other liabilities 


1,075,914.83 






Total liabilities 


35,196,388.35 


38,963,826.11 


43,065,051.56 


42,360,355.58 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 


2,929,603.94 

7,328,858.69 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


7,551,588.70 


For depreciation 


8,699,437.68 


Other reserves 


1,157,147.20 












Total reserves 


8,056,248.04 


10,258,462.63 


13,518,402.26 


17,408,173.58 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 


2,852,038.38 
3,896,261.28 
6,921,956.50 


3,530,610.35 
4,520,723.06 
8,118,809.08 


4,440,138.34 


Local sinking fund 


5,202,451.70 


Operating surplus 


8,309,974.73 






Total surplus 


11,874,197.70 


13,670,256.16 


16,170,142.49 


17,952,564.77 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus ... 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


Percentage of net debt to total assets.. 


63.3 


62.6 


61.4 


57.2 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


251 


252 


256 


260 


267 


275 


$ c. 
6,111,162.54 
9,505,501.77 
18,654,240.54 
3,689,569.95 
5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 


$ c. 

6,486,426.89 

15,088,905.14 

16,689,462.41 

3,278,382.58 

5,985,521.37 

6,346,660.59 

1,399,314.06 

1,184,035.82 

3,360,671.09 

607,320.00 

5,095,555.90 


$ c. 

7,024,646.76 

16,866,186.21 

17,688,050.68 

3,559,288.16 

6,549,674.64 

6,839,802.90 

1,486,646.24 

1,203,706.65 

3,394,626.92 

619,880.93 

5,032,089.26 


$ c. 

7,469,451.46 

18,102,792.13 

18,108,016.82 

4,823,369.60 

7,312,742.17 

7,405,478.91 

1,594,183.25 

1,458,349.64 

3,483,487.78 

489,097.57 

5,093,378.75 


$ c. 

7,936,974.31 

19,485,056.28 

19,220,326.48 

4,932,189.05 

7,953,090.23 

7,840,948.07 

1,780,785.67 

1,520,891.01 

3,996,747.77 

139,587.28 

5,322,690.14 


$ c. 

8,407,664.48 

21,013,956.74 

19,918,355.76 

5,361,627.24 

8,649,875.07 

8,106,202.88 

2,205,613.18 

1,456,742.91 

3,827,132.05 

458,374.05 

7,146,437.96 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 
3,508,817.87 
1,397,667.83 
5,599,675.01 
8,046,868.53 
33,151.81 


65,522,255.85 

3,014,832.48 
1,696,237.66 
3,715,770.72 
1,412,729.41 
6,398,909.77 
10,143,205.66 
31,942.45 


70,264,599.35 

1,342,367.07 
1,837,140.51 
4,097,446.13 
1,220,186.10 
7,071,273.69 
12,326,097.56 
153,275.04 


75,340,348.08 

858,733.68 
2,001,088.81 
4,683,201.97 
1,365,033.58 
7,753,613.88 
14,754,865.40 

152,260.86 


80,129,286.29 

2,722,250.12 
1,909,439.11 
4,481,006.92 
1,242,994.51 
8,396,255.47 
17,346,372.44 
173,030.05 


86,551,982.32 

2,738,319.67 
1,999,846.42 
3,957,972.78 
1,276,531.01 
8,735,050.84 
20,103,275.76 
174,879.28 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 


39,602,533.48 

3,118,684.78 

163,725.53 

1,087,795.08 


42,891,361.57 

2,988,621.90 

252,362.52 

1,154,810.24 


42,597,175.78 

3,074,634.25 

253,143.81 

1,258,610.23 


42,930,127.74 

3,132,145.03 

412,056.69 

1,621,378.17 


45,091,808.06 

3,001,186.21 

405,663.14 

1,642,771.59 


44,594,400.03 

5,382,306.13 

312,575.54 

1,909,986.13 


43,972,738.87 


47,287,156.23 


47,183,564.07 


48,095,707.63 


50,141,429.00 


52,199,267.83 


8,046,868.53 

9,360,322.27 

947,970.23 


10,143,205.66 

10,319,889.05 

1,002,916.69 


12,326,097.56 

11,140,795.68 

1,117,257.63 


14,754,865.40 

11,911,154.49 

1,437,371.26 


17,346,372.44 

12,885,387.51 

1,574,655.74 


20,103,275.76 

13,748,049.68 

1,693,129.83 


18,355,161.03 


21,466,011.40 


24,584,150.87 


28,103,391.15 


31,806,415.69 


35,544,455.27 


5,493,879.83 
5,599,675.01 
9,317,954.48 


6,648,767.38 

6,398,909.77 

10,135,039.22 


7,928,907.61 

7,071,273.69 

11,544,489.21 


9,194,253.59 

7,962,121.20 

13,553,672.69 


10,728,279.15 

8,396,255.47 

15,328,255.60 


13,150,040.37 

8,735,050.84 

15,909,043.77 


20,411,509.32 


23,182,716.37 


26,544,670.51 


30,710,047.48 


34,452,790.22 


37,794,134.98 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 


55.5 


54.2 


50.8 


47.8 


46.0 


44.1 



284 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 



Year 


1932 


1933 


1934 






Number of municipalities included 


280 


282 


282 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

9,503,743.78 

22,288,781.68 

20,866,767.32 

5,820,056.75 

9,392,662.62 

8,403,251.67 

'2,257,618.20 

1,545,354.93 

4,120,926.11 

498,231.69 

4,989,654.97 

200,000.00 


$ c. 

10,186,471.28 

22,306,800.94 

21,152,681.20 

5,945,225.61 

9,478,605.14 

8,514,165.03 

2,381,599.40 

1,458,443.68 

4,040,859.74 

502,978.62 

5,016,755.92 

200,000.00 


$ c. 
10,262,692.98 


Substation equipment 


22,327,618.75 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


21,353,725.80 
6,031,767.74 
9,635,279.35 


Meters 


8,624,504.78 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental.. 

Miscellaneous construction expenses 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,395,296.48 

1,464,306.73 

3,907,359.92 

494,932.96 


Old plant 


4,978,079.44 


Other plants not distributed 


200,000.00 






Total plant 


89,887,049.72 

3,185,442.00 
2,059,325.10 
3,683,059.42 
1,232,209.52 
9,099,210.61 
23,066,129.81 
163,637.79 


91,184,586.56 

1,696,489.24 
2,163,785.20 
3,746,910.92 
1,226,043.30 
9,386,176.58 
26,045,679.00 
253,581.84 


91,675,564.93 


Bank and cash balance 


2,215,914.31 


Securities and investments 


2,382,446.41 


Accounts receivable 


4,001,596.09 


Inventories 


1,110,705.38 


Sinking fund on local debentures 


9,161,419.77 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


29,274,340.46 


Other assets 


289,158.19 






Total assets 


132,376,063.97 


135,703,252.64 


140,111,145.54 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 


45,133,305.97 

3,512,724.58 

298,910.20 

3,740,376.11 


42,606,145.29 

3,320,485.45 

206,398.00 

3,787,725.14 


39,646,989.68 
3,149,035.07 


Bank overdraft 


143,556.95 


Other liabilities 


3,669,008.56 






Total liabilities 


52,685,316.86 


49,920,753.88 


46,608,590.26 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


23,066,129.81 

14,902,177.02 

1,902,308.64 


26,045,679.00 

16,075,959.28 

2,048,081.84 


29,274,340.46 


For depreciation 


17,426,809.32 


Other reserves 


2,056,820.81 






Total reserves 


39,870,615.47 


44,169,720.12 


48,757,970.59 






Surplus 
Debentures paid... 


15,244,778.28 

9,099,210.61 

15,476,142.75 


17,651,367.71 

9,386,176.58 

14,575,234.35 


20,608,129.73 


Local sinking fund 


9,161,419.77 


Operating surplus 


14,975,035.19 






Total surplus 


39,820,131.64 


41,612,778.64 


44,744,584.69 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


132,376,063.97 


135,703,252.64 


140,111,145.54 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


43.4 


40.4 


35.9 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



CONSOLIDATED OPERATING REPORT 



Year 


1912 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


28 


45 


69 


99 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 


$ c. 
572,154.38 
525,438.16 
905,378.17 


$ c. 

789,130.81 

673,803.92 

1,214,829.31 


$ c. 
944,271.08 


Commercial light service 




720,209.26 


Commercial power service 




1,501,797.78 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 




560,925.56 


698,409.71 


835,970.87 


Rural service 






Miscellaneous 




53,543.24 


57,482.41 


68,046.29 








Total earnings 


1,617,674.00 


2,617,439.51 


3,433,656.16 


4,070,295.28 






Expenses 
Power purchased 




789,632.87 
78,394.81 
18,698.46 

104,114.51 

8,547.61 

5,222.19 

53,108.38 

84,903.76 
72,303.51 
77,351.76 

154,932.69 
65,423.64 

528,549.21 

* 


1,045,752.65 
97,658.90 
31,790.99 

130,998.65 

11,764.32 

9,536.07 

65,192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 

* 


1,484,666 00 


Substation operation 




107,607.31 


Substation maintenance 




25,935.56 


Distribution system, operation 
and maintenance 




154,409.71 


Line transformer maintenance 




11,508.92 


Meter maintenance 




12,899.14 


Consumers' premises expenses 




47,494.26 


Street lighting, operation and 
maintenance 




136,983.38 


Promotion of business 




74,402.55 


Billing and collecting 




131,541.27 


General office, salaries and expenses 




236,777.86 


Undistributed expense 




129,209.15 


Interest 




817,978.89 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 




* 








Total expenses 


1,377,168.00 


2,041,183.40 


2,678,328.34 


3,371,414.00 


Surplus 


240,506.00 
124,992.47 


576,256.11 
262,675.24 


755,327.82 
357,883.31 


698,881.28 


Depreciation charge 


414,506.99 






Surplus less depreciation 


115,513.53 


313,580.87 


397,444.51 


284,374.29 







'Debenture payments included in "Interest. 



286 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year ... 


1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 






Number of municipalities included 


128 


143 


166 


181 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,172,878.96 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c. 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c. 

1,632,272.12 

968,399.42 

3,417,248.37 


$ c. 
1,991,632.31 


Commercial light service 


1,175,143.56 


Commercial power service 


3,443,107.13 


Municipal power . 






930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902,875.55 


988,900.95 


Rural service . 




Miscellaneous 


147,381:50 


120,805.39 


161,243.70 


228,270.65 






Total earnings 


4,983,601.03 


6,070,065.17 


7,082,039.16 


7,827,054.60 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154,247.17 
14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602.01 

145,471.50 
79,324.85 

154,508.58 

306,709.35 
97,333.97 

951,781.99 

* 


2,573,879.37 

203,091.20 

42,129.04 

169,326.24 
25,328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157,857.73 
73,516.37 
188,083.84 
349,932.05 
102,938.80 
1,085,180.80 

* 


2,807,769.33 

238,257.34 

60,805.92 

223,347.81 

30,48$. 83 
63,155.56 
65,149.59 

196,157.18 
64,962.78 
208,660.76 
421,680.15 
117,474.07 
1,238,425.53 

* 


3,284,490.68 


Substation operation 


217,638.89 


Substation maintenance 


81,853.63 


Distribution system, operation 
and maintenance 


286,310.76 


Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 


42,509.12 
78,726.64 


Consumers premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and 
maintenance 


84,301.24 
215,963.86 


Promotion of business 


74,789.22 


Billing and collecting 


236,504.75 


General office, salaries and expenses 
Undistributed expense 


452,131.22 
190,690.09 


Interest 


1,285,571.51 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 








Total expenses 


4,140,065.51 


5,077,491.08 


5,736,334.85 


6,531,481.61 






Surplus 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992,574.09 
607,296.29 


1,345,704.31 
718,162.30 


1,295,572.99 


Depreciation charge 


814,219.37 






Surplus less depreciation 


357,393.72 


385,277.80 


627,542.01 


481,353.62 







* Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



OPERATING REPORT— Continued 



1920 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


1925 


186 


205 


214 


224 


241 


242 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


2,546,345 


30 


3,149,080 


.03 


3,786,608 


.23 


5,166,452 


24 


5,993,231 


07 


6,439,159 


86 


1,512,854 


63 


1,851,501 


.76 


2,158,306 


.34 


3,260,772 


50 


3,566,227 


22 


3,866,292 


79 


3,752,188.22 


3,895,437 


.46 


4,383,912 


.97 


5,927,666 


37 


6,222,865 


88 


6,568,854 


77 


532,279 


09 


654,531 


.01 


973,263 


.38 


1,161,598 


60 


1,352,966 


47 


1,923,093 


09 


1,005,535 


11 


1,060,357 


.77 


1,160,446 


.81 


1,269,604 


48 


1,356,668 


97 


1,415,382 


22 


168,919 


95 


145,566 


57 


105,877 


09 


116,639 


06 


75,100.24 


37,975 


18 


189,778 


63 


225,467 


70 


187,689 


39 


316,311 


21 


231,663 


58 


286,451 


08 


9,707,900 


93 


10,981,942 


30 


12,756,104 


.21 


17,219,044 


46 


18,798,723 


43 


20,537,208 


99 


4,216,667 


87 


4,876,650 


31 


6,636,853 


37 


8,699,026 


67 


9,669,789 


40 


11,063,123 


34 


285,407 


35 


314,838 


35 


315,443 


70 


474,442 


13 


430,056 


09 


417,921 


71 


102,050 


81 


104,798 


01 


100,763 


67 


133,815 


53 


202,050 


04 


207,497 


63 


344,551 


57 


487,918 


33 


519,252 


16 


636,477 


41 


648,700 


62 


686,344 


54 


46,323 


09 


65,088 


46 


52,932 


26 


75,920 


10 


82,936 


50 


75,473 


28 


123,701 


18 


116,722 


97 


107,806 


88 


139,104 


81 


141,231 


23 


156,909 


55 


116,283 


52 


134,854 


92 


143,388 


88 


218,682 


02 


237,316 


20 


252,808 


47 


236,930 


79 


297,481 


52 


297,363 


86 


299,579 


08 


269,973 


30 


275,316 


60 


78,294 


85 


101,804 


46 


129,932 


63 


184,371 


00 


202,060 


74 


217,102 


24 


295,942 


88 


321,685 


71 


338,153 


50 


444,306 


92 


490,273 


30 


521,134 


01 


559,695 


29 


656,268 


11 


605,852 


50 


937,463 


47 


889,907 


66 


891,640 


29 


256,400. 


33 


308,874 


42 


385,895 


03 


359,206 


91 


494,078 


50 


520,584 


58 


1,431,807. 


16 


998,611 


47 


1,074,657 


44 


1,615,205 


16 


1,779,991 


26 


1,889,810 


95 


* 




532,183 


96 


635,469 


90 


990,907 


14 


1,122,798 


87 


1,294,027 


29 


8,094,056. 


69 


9,317,781 


00 


11,343,765 


78 


15,208,508.35 


16,661,163 


71 


18,469,694.48 


1,613,844. 


24 


1,664,161 


30 


1,412,338.43 


2,010,536 


11 


2,137,559 


72 


2,067,514 


51 


902,028. 


75 


1,044,434 


85 


715,814 


24 


916,782 


75 


973,649 


62 


1,068,880 


42 


711,815.49 


619,726 


45 


696,524 


19 


1,093,753 


36 


1,163,910 


10 


998,634 


09 



288 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1926 


1927 


1928 






Number of municipalities included 


248 


251 


255 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 
7,372,602.62 
4,187,899.19 
6,789,217.54 
1,922,512.34 
1,457,686.21 
37,810.73 
•471,134.15 


$ c. 
8,189,866.89 
4,626,815.51 
7,342,173.20 
1,913,502.88 
1,489,242.37 
13,765.72 
581,913.04 


$ c. 
8,925,050.56 


Commercial light service 


5,182,723.32 


Commercial power service .. 


8,298,669.44 


Municipal power 


1,921,300.97 




1,534,476.98 


Rural service — merchandise* ... 


48,451.90* 


Miscellaneous 


465,791.92 






Total earnings 


22,238,862.78 


24,157,279.61 


26,376,465.09 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


12,185,669.10 
450,416.84 
286,520.37 

795,514.70 

74,876.11 

189,603.70 

275,020.62 

295,869.37 
234,696.74 
557,271.54 
786,742.60 
460,288.30 


13,505,583.77 
430,211.76 
275,148.86 

758,747.10 

94,706.38 

214,813.87 

285,352.68 

318,395.79 
220,687.60 
605,627.58 
824,868.90 
531,003.80 


14,688,570.08 


Substation operation 


420,512.48 


Substation maintenance 


247,647.88 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


736,159.85 


Line transformer maintenance 


88,676.18 


Meter maintenance 


218,530.96 


Consumers' premises expense 


291,333.03 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


329,597.16 


Promotion of business 


249,842.01 


Billing and collecting 


638,797.02 


General office, salaries and expenses... 
Undistributed expense 


844,578.55 
542,755.34 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


1,985,233.73 
1,347,511.92 


2,063,698.00 
1,505,626.31 


2,111,049.49 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,601,711.32 






Total expenses 


19,925,235.64 


21,634,472.40 


23,009,761.35 






Surplus 


2,313,627.14 
1,146,273.05 


2,522,807.21 
1,249,711.65 


3,366,703.74 


Depreciation charge 


1,350,252.16 






Surplus less depreciation 


1,167,354.09 


1,273,095.56 


2,016,451.58 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



OPERATING REPORT— Concluded 



1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


1934 


259 


267 


275 


280 


282 


282 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


$ 


c. 


9,873,681 


57 


10,542,903 


89 


10,972,952 


10 


11,447,307 


85 


11,429,101 


13 


11,844,033 


10 


5,697,766 


06 


5,961,383 


23 


6,230,475 


89 


6,243,794 


01 


6,013,025 


96 


6,206,086 


35 


9,376,158 


74 


9,340,653 


28 


9,456,224 


97 


9,356,693 


88 


9,080,522 


07 


9,692,784 


37 


2,086,444 


24 


2,111,482 


38 


1,967,118 


54 


1,859,585 


35 


1,826,872 


07 


1,875,969 


80 


1,598,262 


43 


1,674,528 


03 


1,746,855.24 


1,783,972 


46 


1,779,582 


48 


1,777,596 


69 


51,590 


54* 


28,954 


60* 


29,446 


38* 


11,069 


27-* 


12,812 


74* 


18,747 


73* 


522,780 


95 


581,914 


78 


511,139 


80 


513,787 


30 


485,925.43 


555,172 


04 


29,206,684 


.53 


30,241,820 


19 


30,914,212 


92 


31,216,210 


12 


30,627,841 


88 


31,970,390 


08 


16,379,162 


88 


17,323,077 


97 


18,085,166 


51 


19,109,036 


25 


19,330,861 


58 


19,591,887 


79 


461,270 


27 


479,502 


48 


487,484 


17 


503,351 


82 


484,764 


57 


468,944 


09 


274,275 


56 


320,716.48 


303,536 


11 


300,186 


15 


288,583 


29 


296,550 


52 


907,817 


04 


991,972 


86 


1,015,256 


14 


969,750 


61 


895,350 


99 


844,813 


95 


93,608 


14 


96,746 


35 


93,463 


24 


95,485 


55 


82,321 


32 


75,172 


18 


242,126 


27 


278,379 


43 


284,633 


88 


300,104 


85 


283,115 


98 


291,402 


79 


314,495 


03 


317,902 


45 


363,078 


47 


368,208 


73 


361,499 


20 


352,499 


09 


359,373 


40 


372,211 


17 


368,119.49 


360,709 


76 


353,082 


15 


338,784 


80 


250,844 


28 


249,070 


05 


255,956 


03 


266,760 


84 


259,936 


42 


228,741 


36 


695,729 


42 


745,159 


02 


792,983 


99 


818,721 


33 


817,660 


03 


827,860 


20 


904,025 


64 


907,226 


89 


923,676 


84 


960,558 


88 


908,517 


79 


908,039 


75 


502,206 


06 


523,862 


96 


520,893 


10 


436,692 


96 


349,101 


36 


362,322 


12 


110,630 


62 


112,029 


82 


107,918 


93 


112,059 


90 


105,452 


68 


98,081 


61 


2,152,695 


49 


2,220,214 


45 


2,328,094 


32 


2,532,940 


93 


2,426,286 


35 


2,204,994 


25 


1,687,201 


64 


1,828,061 


62 


2,061,718 


79 


2,244,367 


86 


2,319,319 


09 


2,358,169 


12 


25,335,461 


74 


26,766,134 


00 


27,991,980 


01 


29,378,936 


42 


29,265,852 


80 


29,248,263 


62 


3,871,222 


79 


3,475,686 


19 


2,922,232 


91 


1,837,273 


70 


1,361,989 


08 


2,722,126 


46 


1,469,846 


83 


1,574,991 


68 


1,775,330 


69 


1,920,896 


22 


1,989,000 


41 


2,036,637 


33 


2,401,375 


96 


1,900,694 


51 


1,146,902 


22 


83,622 
(loss) 


52 


627,011 

(loss) 


33 


685,489 


13 



*Profits from the sale of merchandise. Rural service now given in "Rural Power Districts." 
Consult Section IX. 



290 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 

1,885 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

468 


Alvinston 
690 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,128 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1,545.45 

1,847.39 

23,731.31 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
133.56 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






932.00 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


8,549.88 


7,571.03 


14,008.12 


33,992.16 


Line transformers 


10,819.41 

10,740.33 

1,873.97 


3,686.18 
2,576.73 

802.74 


1,746.09 

2,443.67 

404.09 


2,905.49 
2,972.37 
1,090.62 


15,917.83 


Meters 


15,598.85 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


812.44 
5,598.72 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,486.09 


93.20 


492.36 


791.52 


1,635.40 


Old plant 


3,481.50 






773.85 












Total plant 


56,525.45 

3,355.53 

4,500.00 

1,665.28 

759.47 


15,708.73 

3,755.23 

1,000.00 

648.78 


12,657.24 

6,093.32 

3,000.00 

9.08 


22,675.53 

169.05 

2,000.00 

155.82 


74,487.40 


Bank and cash balance 


5,718.68 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


2,146.67 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems .. 


39,496.60 


5,977.41 


10,326.94 


10,682.38 


30,980.31 


Other assets 


2,824.91 














Total assets 


106,302.33 


27,090.15 


32,086.58 


35,682.78 
5,049.80 


116,157.97 


Deficit 














Total 


106,302.33 


27,090.15 


32,086.58 


40,732.58 


116,157.97 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




2,830.46 




11,344.36 
1,108.11 


20,171.58 


Accounts payable 




170.18 




Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


680.34 




75.00 


17.23 


7,139.27 








Total liabilities 


680.34 


2,830.46 


245.18 


12,469.70 


27,310.85 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems ... 
For depreciation 


39,496.60 
10,164.03 


5,977.41 
1,901.63 


10,326.94 
4,941.77 


10,682.38 
5,395.62 


30,980.31 
15,731.04 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


49,660.63 


7,879.04 


15,268.71 


16,078.00 


46,711.35 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,500.00 


5,242.19 


6,883.38 


12,184.88 


11,882.02 


Local sinking fund... 




Operating surplus 


41,461.36 


11,138.46 


9,689.31 




30,253.75 








Total surplus 


55,961.36 


16,380.65 


16,572.69 


12,184.88 


42,135.77 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


106,302.33 


27,090.15 


32,086.58 


40,732.58 


116,157.97 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


1.0 


13.4 


1.1 


49.8 


27.3 



Note. — In computing the "percentage of net debt to total assets," the ornamental street 
lighting capital, sinking fund on local debentures, and equity in H-E.P.C. systems, are excluded 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
397 


Aylmer 

1,987 


Ayr 
773 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle 

River 

719 


Blenheim 

1,702 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,019.23 


$ c. 
125.00 


$ c. 
660.64 


$ c. 
176.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 








909.64 


16,029.82 


9,559.67 


20,787.46 


12,454 81 


7,486.26 


13,955.55 


16,452.08 


25,957.07 


10,742.40 
4,202.68 
1,291.08 


1,706.44 

1,584.70 

718.90 


10,528.91 
9,718.02 
1,742.09 


3,850.56 
3,664.41 

628.42 


4,136.42 

3,025.55 

447.45 


3,550.21 

3,142.06 

444.23 


3,977.45 

3,683.98 

924.29 


8,095.56 
9,127.44 
3,368.26 
1,482.97 


324.93 


222.10 


1,122.18 


941.79 




602 . 04 


1,034.78 


994.91 










1,030.30 


6,719.17 


4,002.53 




















32,590.91 


14,822.11 


59,637.06 

2,347.64 

12,000.00 

2,313.98 

70.61 


25,667.52 


15,756.32 

4,457.97 


21,870.22 

893.95 

4,000.00 

418.02 


26,072.58 

2,782.06 
3,000.00 
1,538.10 


49,935.85 
5,818.67 










1,869.03 


172.14 


659.39 


357.02 


698.50 
26.84 
















9,432.10 


3,415.16 


25,372.96 
103.00 


9,069.93 
517.29 


20,951.67 


26,195.49 


5,846.56 


23,423.97 














43,892.04 


18,409.41 
1,992.21 


101,845.25 


35,914.13 


41,522.98 


53,377.68 


39.239.30 


79,903.83 
















43,892.04 


20,401.62 


101,845.25 


35,914.13 


41,522.98 


53,377.68 


39,239.30 


79,903.83 


7,612.92 

847.95 


9,141.90 

2,267.03 

1.99 


18,857.01 
140.14 


6,581.43 


1,882.06 

4.77 


2,052.05 

47.87 


5,040.53 
255.44 


8,021.78 
402.23 


1,069.44 


132.18 




165.32 


103.00 






121.00 


1,682.97 














9,695.63 


11,410.92 


19,100.15 


6,713.61 


1,886.83 


2,099.92 


5,416.97 


10,106.98 


9,432.10 

6,822.77 


3,415.16 
1,604.61 


25,372.96 

10,922.63 

390.62 


9,069.93 

4,253.68 

25.00 


20,951.67 
1,974.83 


26,195.49 

5,406.88 


5,846.56 
5,368.02 
5,000.00 


23,423.97 
11,385.37 












16,254.87 


5,019.77 


36,686.21 


13,348.61 


22,926.50 


31,602.37 


16,214.58 


34,809.34 


3,176.66 


3,970.93 


19,844.91 


10,921.95 


3,117.94 


3,300.95 


3,459.47 


5,978.22 


14,764.88 




26,213.98 


4,929.96 


13,591.71 


16,374.44 


14,148.28 


29,009.29 








17,941.54 


3,970.93 


46,058.89 


15,851.91 


16,709.65 


19,675.39 


17,607.75 


34,987.51 


43,892.04 


20,401.62 


101,845.25 


35,914.13 


41,522.98 


53,377.68 


39,239.30 


79,903.83 


28.1 


76.1 


24.9 


25.1 


9.2 


7.7 


16.2 


15.7 



from assets ; and the total liabilities are reduced by the amount of the local sinking fund reserve, and 
the liability in respect to the street lighting capital, which amount is included in other liabilities. 



292 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Blyth 
626 


Bolton 
553 


Bothwell 
685 


Brampton 
5,550 


Brantford 


Population 


30,611 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,355.12 
24,742.53 
50,147.16 


$ c. 
86,967.53 


Substation equipment 








162,963.03 


D istribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


11,286.08 


9,931.57 


6,049.46 


231,783.46 


Line transformers 


2,441.35 
1,945.31 
1,284.19 


4,296.34 

3,019.46 

856.19 


2,753.37 

2,867.97 

203.51 

4,431.19 

528.65 


30,179.67 

26,798.82 
2,645.94 


111,208.51 


Meters 


118,494.12 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


24,032.64 
41,476.69 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


280.63 


1,050.06 


18,218.69 


30,625.19 


Old plant 


2,332.68 


1,554.60 






6,000.00 


Plant not distributed 






200,000.00 














Total plant 


19,570.24 
1,974.16 


20,708.22 
1,829.88 


16,834.15 

2,475.70 

11,000.00 

177.26 


158,087.93 

4,607.94 

5,107.14 

3,474.41 

134.55 


1,013,551.17 


Bank and cash balance 


82,973.87 


Securities and investments 






981.71 


255.08 


37,023.72 


Inventories 


13,674.94 


Sinking fund on local debentures... 








27,893.93 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


5,601.56 


11,594.40 


11,986.22 


103,319.95 


530,929.09 


Other assets 


24,120.13 














Total assets 


28,127.67 


34,387 58 


42,473.33 


274,731.92 


1,730,166.85 


Deficit 
















Total 


28,127.67 


34,387.58 


42,473.33 


274,731.92 


1,730,166.85 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


7,965.97 


5,449.75 


2,864.86 
40.87 


10,889.55 
2,010.88 


*177,250.00 


Accounts payable 


62,643.61 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


105.00 




1,161.22 




169,414.23 










Total liabilities 


8,070.97 


5,449.75 


4,066.95 


12,900.43 


409,307.84 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


5,601.56 
3,224.77 


11,594.40 
5,479.64 


11,986.22 
6,309.07 


103,319.95 

46,379.33 

153.89 


530,929.09 
225,652.95 


Other reserves 


88,159.20 












Total reserves 


8,826.33 


17,074.04 


18,295.29 


149,853.17 


844,741.24 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


8,303.06 


7,050.25 


2,669.33 


58,161.09 


352,750.00 


Local sinking fund 


27,893.93 


Operating surplus 


2,927.31 


4,813.54 


17,441.76 


53,817.23 


95,473.84 






Total surplus 


11,230.37 


11,863.79 


20,111.09 


111,978.32 


476,117.77 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


28,127.67 


34,387.58 


42,473.33 


274,731.92 


1,730,166.85 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


35.8 


23.9 


11.3 


7.5 


33.0 



Includes a balance of $117,192.76 on purchase agreement. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
766 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,475 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 






101.03 




202.00 








1,192.71 












52,904.09 


9,643.35 


7,095.84 


13,614.29 


9,241.18 


3,490.03 


17,862.19 


2,978.42 


17,010.33 

12,030.90 

4,423.83 


3,979.30 
2,217.15 
1,602.69 


2,060.02 

2,238.85 
464.90 


2,402.70 
3,853.17 
1,574.74 


2,983.01 

3,374.95 

425.14 


1,390.44 
966.40 
261.02 


6,432.74 
6,337.55 
1,582.94 


718.23 
567.30 
283.06 


2,913.79 


563.56 


888.11 


1,572.29 


710.03 


457.22 


751.15 


45.82 






1,381.00 


2,827.50 






































90,475.65 
1,453.06 


18,006.05 


14,229.75 
596.56 


25,844.69 
5,389.35 


16,936.31 

2,074.92 

4,000.00 

528.65 


6,565.11 
5.61 


32,966.57 

590.41 

2,000.00 

506.93 


4,592.83 
624.60 






1,000.00 


586.0*6 


344.07 


61.64 


367.38 


90.65 


270.46 


3,670.34 
















18,1:38.49 
1,542.65 


3,071.37 

75.83 


7,753.45 
10.00 


7,802.49 


8,456.43 
38.00 


3,481.08 


13,726.27 


1,344.24 












115,866 25 


21,497.32 


22,651.40 


39,403.91 


32,034.31 


10,142.45 


49,790.18 


7,832.13 


















115,866.25 


21,497.32 


22,651.40 


39,403.91 


32,034.31 


10,142.45 


49,790.18 


7,832.13 


20,028.19 


11,306.47 

343.07 

24.94 

75.00 


617.84 

4.80 


12,216.75 
1,769.37 




•290.94 
206.90 


1,525.51 


3,320.81 




5.66 


112.87 








1,542.65 


10.00 




38.00 


















21,570.84 


11,749.48 


632.64 


13,986.12 


43.66 


497.84 


1,525.51 


3,433.68 


18,138 49 

19,376.10 

35.47 


3,071.37 
4,955.00 


7,753.45 

3,416.14 

81.67 


7,802.49 
4,598.41 


8,456.43 
4,438.38 


3,481.08 

2,440.03 

85.41 


13,726.27 
3,165.78 


1,344.24 
794.54 














37,550.06 


8,026.37 


11,251.26 


12,400.90 


12,894.81 


6,006.52 


16,892.05 


2,138.78 


37,097.47 
3,670.34 


1,061.56 


7,382.16 


8,783.25 


9,000.00 


3,209.06 


3,098.49 


2,126.96 


15,977.54 


659.91 


3,385.34 


4,233.64 


10,095.84 


429.03 


28,274.13 


132.71 


56,745.35 


1,721.47 


10,767.50 


13,016.89 


19,095.84 


3,638.09 


31,372.62 


2,259.67 


115,866.25 


21,497.32 


22,651.40 


39,403.91 


32,034.31 


10,142.45 


49,790.18 


7,832.13 


17.7 


63.6 


4.2 


44.3 


0.0 


7.6 


4.2 


52.9 



294 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

S YSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cayuga 
693 


Chatham 
16,140 


Chippawa 
1,051 


Clifford 


Clinton 


Population 


440 1.848 








Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
46,616.76 
116,587.41 
161,717.23 
79,554.42 
87,055.49 
68,572.57 
18,839.01 
35,426.10 
33,018.76 


$ c. 
631.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,760.82 


Substation equipment 






7,544.43 


D istribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


14,301.70 


19,123.86 


7,590.95 


23,166.21 


Line transformers 


3,162.29 

2,783.22 
942.83 


6,107.56 

4,702.80 
1,877.81 


1,062.76 
2,236.32 

687.42 


8,387.85 


Meters 


9,450.39 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,299.53 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


476.26 


1,104.69 


37.44 


3,759.14 


Old plant 




42,752.31 






10,658.09 












Total plant 


21,666.30 
1,752.86 


690,140.06 
25,627.89 


33,548.22 
1,222.90 


11,614.89 
326.99 


73,026.46 


Bank and cash balance 


1,178.38 


Securities and investments 


3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


510.06 
142.48 


22,504.89 
4,325.75 


261.73 


346.24 


1.104.72 


Inventories 


16.32 2.431.43 


Sinking fund on local debentures... 






35,146.72 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


5,318.80 


244,910.27 
4,343.12 


10,688.98 
157.69 


3,866.53 


29,163.38 


Other assets 












Total assets 


29,390.50 
1.51 


991,851.98 


45,879.52 


16,170.97 


145,051.09 


Deficit 














Total 


29,392.01 


991,851.98 


45,879.52 


16,170.97 


145,051.09 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


12,614.88 
450.51 


230,001.16 
22,621.42 


5,626.24 
176.27 


6,578.00 


44.500.00 


Accounts payable 


71.43 26.27 


Bank overdraft.... 






Other liabilities 


45.00 


39,769.22 


150.00 




308.81 








Total liabilities 


13,110.39 


292,391.80 


5,952.51 


6,649.43 


44,835.08 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


5,318.80 
3,577.70 


244,910.27 

123,171.63 

5,224.83 


10,688.98 
7,122.61 


3,866.53 
1,765.93 


29,163.38 
21,342.54 


Other reserves 


611.25 












Total reserves 


8,896.50 


373,306.73 


17,811.59 


5,632.46 


51,117.17 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,385.12 


139,998.84 


7,723.76 


1,422.00 




Local sinking fund 


35,146.72 


Operating surplus 




186,154.61 


14,391.66 


2,467.08 


13,952.12 








Total surplus 


7,385.12 


326,153.45 


22,115.42 


3,889.08 


49,098.84 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


29,392.01 


991,851.98 


45,879.52 


16,170.97 


145,051.09 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


54.4 


36.1 


17.0 


54.0 


12.0 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Comber 
P.V. 


1 

Cottam 

P.V. 


Courtright 
338 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
559 


Dresden 
1,469 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
















523.00 


7,328.96 


9,344.64 


6,550.80 


3,410.51 


3,767.08 


8,540.27 


9,331.97 


18,583.38 


3,422.04 

2,459.87 

384.93 


1,661.26 

1,778.79 
366.43 


1,225.40 
880.37 
425.08 


1,600.44 

1,378.45 

353.42 


914.44 
962.46 
148.08 


3,286.91 

2,411.76 

549.95 


3,328.48 

3,283.78 

673.50 


7,524.07 
6,023.66 
1,127.48 


970.94 


219.20 


558.67 


291.87 


203.81 


328.41 


401.02 


824.32 
















4,815.01 


















14,566.74 
3,017.38 


13,370.32 

772 . 90 

3,000.00 

125.86 


9,640.32 
572.36 


7,034.69 

1,594.15 

1,500.00 

27.53 


5,995.87 

906.29 

3,000.00 

283.67 


15,117.30 

1,425.04 

2,000.00 

55.93 


17,018.75 

2,483.61 

3,000.00 

421.45 


39,420.92 




2,000.00 


332.22 


259.17 


2,215.68 
522.72 


















12,377.19 


2,241.59 


3,442.98 


5,320.48 


1,807.27 


4,472.71 
17.00 


7,548.33 


19,749.25 
125.00 
















30,293.53 19,510.67 


13,914.83 


15,476.85 


11,993.10 


23,087.98 


30,472.14 


64,033.57 
















30,293.53 


19,510.67 


13,914.83 


15,476.85 


11,993.10 


23,087.98 


30,472.14 


64,033.57 


1,136.07 


6,490.85 
130.10 


2,879.39 
31.35 


2,013.49 
16.71 


2,008.95 
314.36 


2,323.83 
168.53 


6,109.82 
699.82 




25.51 


11.34 
178.66 


14.01 


120.00 








17.00 




125.00 














1,175.59 


6,740.95 


2,910.74 


2,030.20 


2,323.31 


2,509.36 


6,809.64 


315.00 


12,377.19 
4,780.09 


2,241.59 

2,778.63 


3,442.98 
1,328.15 


5,320.48 
2,129.52 


1,807.27 
1,019.58 


4,472.71 

1,938.97 

64.15 


7,548.33 
5,616.51 


19,749.25 

4,264.18 

192.44 
















17,157.28 


5,020.22 


4,771.13 


7,450.00 


2,826.85 


6,475.83 


13,164.84 


24,205.87 


6,563.93 


2,509.37 


5,258.96 


1,386.51 


1,991.05 


1,976.17 


3,390.18 


16,238.25 


5,396.73 


5,240.13 


974.00 


4,610.14 


4,851.89 


12,126.62 


7,107.48 


23,274.45 


11,960.66 


7,749.50 


6,232.96 


5,996.65 


6,842.94 


14,102.79 


10,497.66 


39,512.70 


30,293.53 


19,510.67 


13,914.83 


15,476.85 


11,993.10 


23,087.98 


30,472.14 


64,033.57 


6.6 


39.0 


27.8 


. 20.0 


22.8 


13.4 


29.7 


0.4 



296 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,032 


Dunnville 
3,632 


Dutton 


Population . 


798 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
12,111.11 
13,396.22 
50,214.11 


$ c. 

3,356.09 

27,302.17 

37,445.86 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


4,603.91 


5,787.61 


9,094.18 


Line transformers 


1,537.50 

1,863.92 

262.27 


897.65 
874.11 
544.86 


19,610.94 

19,728.73 

10,834.15 

1,154.52 

7,535.13 


18,380.09 

16,419.24 

8,012.37 


3,425.25 


Meters 


3,347.25 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


659.31 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


255.71 


787.06 


5,662.66 


327.87 


Old plant 






1,867.38 


10,717.62 












Total plant 


8,523.31 
3,712.63 


8,891.29 
593.82 


136,452.29 

12,054.79 

1,500.00 

. 5,621.67 

376.45 


127,296.10 

4,479.00 

10,000.00 

5,209.95 

971.14 


16,853.86 


Bank and cash balance 


1,016.61 


Securities and investments 


6,000.00 




14.21 
53.63 


92.46 


418.97 


Inventories 


11.56 


Sinking fund on local debentures... 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


4,038.57 


3,689.72 


89,560.24 
3,704.54 


36,067.19 


12,290.97 


Other assets 


105.15 












Total assets 


16,342.35 


13,267.29 
707.32 


249,269.98 


184,023.38 


36,697.12 


Deficit 














Total 


16,342.35 


13,974.61 


249,269.98 


184,023.38 


36,697.12 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,260.38 
62.92 


878.53 
800.03 


23,665.98 
170.07 


47,297.17 
5,980.12 


4,397.80 


Accounts payable 


63.99 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 






4,859.06 


1,360.35 


47.36 










Total liabilities 


2,323.30 


1,678.56 


28,695.11 


54,637.64 


4,509.15 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


4,038.57 
3,197.76 


3,689.72 

3,284.86 


89,560.24 

44,821.06 

508.52 


36,067.19 
27,572.00 


12,290.97 
6,206.56 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


7,236.33 


6,974.58 


134,889.82 


63,639.19 


18,497.53 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,239.62 


5,321.47 


29,334.02 


28,202.83 


4,009.69 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


4,543.10 




56,351.03 


37,543.72 


9,680.75 








Total surplus 


6,782.72 


5,321.47 


85,685.05 


65,746.55 


13,690.44 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


16,342.35 


13,974.61 


249,269.98 


184,023.38 


36,697.12 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


18.9 


17.5 


17.4 


37.0 


18.5 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



East 

Windsor 

14,009 


East York 
Twp. 


Elmira 
2,672 


Elora 
1,152 


Embro 
436 


Erieau 
273 


Erie 

Beach 

22 


Essex 
1,786 


$ c. 


$ c. 

17,018.18 

8,514.27 

283,762.78 


$ c. 
7,159.42 


$ c. 
1,524.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 












174,372.46 


34,939.03 


17,170.65 


9,610.43 


9,382.87 


1,951.75 


35,995.24 
442.55 


76,203.19 
60,486.73 


79,950.50 

141,189.38 

20,694.53 


15,439.13 

12,656.94 

1,377.20 


7,316.65 
5,854.36 
1,235.43 


3,039.64 

2,091.28 

535.73 


1,550.23 

2,372.21 

246.10 


613.17 

680.28 


15,011.34 

10,804.74 

1,548.10 


89,295.42 






3,897.65 


14,551.29 


3,533.56 


1,260.23 


69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


2,266.00 






2,168.08 


1,425.47 


429.25 


















404,255.45 
68,283.89 


565,680.93 

8,207.16 

2,812.91 

25,666.99 

5,340.09 


77,273.36 
60.00 


35,787.33 

365.73 

7,000.00 

573.21 

648.27 


15,775.78 

1,672.60 

1,000.00 

632.47 


13,931.31 
91.05 


3,620.23 
645.95 


66,067.97 

6,741.45 
5,000.00 


49,627.07 


221.95 


378.46 


295.52 


1,354.66 














139,261.93 


137,501.58 
470.18 


51,067.54 
754.39 


24,632.20 
32.77 


7,183.10 


3,433.22 


854.37 
27.41 


17,634.36 
769.57 










661,428.34 


745,679.84 


129,377.24 


69,039.51 
352.63 


26,263.95 


17,834.04 


5,443.48 


97,568.01 
















661,428.34 


745,679.84 


129,377.24 


69,392.14 


26,263.95 


17,834.04 


5,443.48 


97,568.01 


91,657.55 
40,036.40 


245,678.60 
51,385.24 


22,926.79 

2,648.14 
684.50 
754.39 


2,979.43 
543.19 


2,754.48 
135.95 


4,195.71 


2,412.25 


18,500.64 
39.00 










89,295.42 


15,216.71 


729.75 




220.00 


50.34 


551.48 








220,989.37 


312,280.55 


27,013.82 


4,252.37 


2,890.43 


4,415.71 


2,462.59 


19,091.12 


139,261 93 

53,727.22 

343.79 


137,501.58 

62,889.41 

5,076.82 


51,067.54 
17,325.15 


24,632.20 
11,763.22 


7,183.10 

5,151.64 

50.00 


3,433.22 
2,058.50 


854.37 
395.86 


17,634.36 

12,537.71 

527.66 














193,332.94 


205,467.81 


68,392.69 


36,395.42 


12,384.74 


5,491.72 


1,250.23 


30,699.73 


57,342.45 


111,389.18 


14,241.71 


10,020.57 


4,745.52 


2,687.42 


887.75 


3,999.36 


189,763.58 


116,542.30 


19,729.02 


18,723.78 


6,243.26 


5,239.19 


842.91 


43,777.80 


247,106.03 


227,931.48 


33,970.73 


28,744.35 


10,988.78 


7,926.61 


1,730.66 


47,777.16 


661,428.34 


745,679.84 


129,377.24 


69,392.14 


26,263.95 


17,834.04 


5,443.48 


97,568.01 


30.4 


51.3 


33.8 


9.5 


15.1 


30.7 


53.7 


23.9 



298 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 


Exeter 
1,606 


Fergus 
2,560 


Fonthill 

872 


Forest 


Population 


1,487 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


' $ c. 
26,674.19 


$ c. 
3,281.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,447.40 


Substation equipment .. 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


271,751.58 


26,855.17 


33,425.83 


11,172.41 


19,760.43 


Line transformers 


71,048.01 

53,755.43 

11,995.55 

2,689.44 

4,804.24 


10,205.65 
8,118.85 
1,026.85 


15,936.72 

12,000.91 

2,184.24 


4,877.07 
4,331.41 
1,056.80 


9,768.76 


Meters 


9,328.52 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


2,369.94 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant.. . 


2,111.92 


958.68 


3,839.65 


961.54 


Old plant 






2,546.59 




11,042.87 












Total plant 


442,718.44 
200.00 


51,600.03 

6,865.11 
8,000.00 
1,673.92 
1,318.57 


67,052.97 
2,421.59 


25,277.34 

700.18 


59,679.46 


Bank and cash balance 


4,520.21 


Securities and investments 


7,500.00 




20,143.22 
5,616.84 


1,232.62 
108.37 


233.17 


4,530.04 


Inventories 


1,815.11 


Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


106,902. 55 
5,413.87 


25,838.84 


32,735.24 
116.67 


3,286.68 
285.17 


18,861.78 


Other assets 










Total assets 


.580,994.92 


95,296.47 


103,667.46 


29,782.54 


96,906.60 


Deficit 
















Total 


580,994.92 


95,296.47 


103,667.46 


29,782.54 


96,906.60 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


173,269.43 
30,241.05 
19,044.31 

7,898.84 


7,202.67 
645.70 


17,361.12 
2,031.54 


15,825.56 
1,110.95 


9,545.26 


Accounts payable 


79.03 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


223.33 


25.00 


270.62 


33.06 






Total liabilities 


230,453.63 


8,071.70 


19,417.66 


17,207.13 


9,657.35 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


106,902.55 

68,364.19 

943.68 


25,838.84 

10,515.55 

85.90 


32,735.24 

8,324.33 

350.00 


3,286.68 
1,895.46 


18,861.78 
12,681.92 


Other reserves 


50.00 








Total reserves 


176,210.42 


36,440.29 


41,409.57 


5,182.14 


31,593.70 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


92,425.97 


12,797.38 


24,638.88 


6,674.44 


24,854.74 






Operating surplus 


81,904.90 


37,987.10 


18,201.35 


718.83 


30,800.81 






Total surplus 


174,330.87 


50,784.48 


42,840.23 


7,393.27 


55,655.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


580,994.92 


95,296.47 


103,667.46 


29,782.54 


96,906.60 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


48.3 


11.6 


27.4 


64.9 


12.4 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



299 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Gait George- 
town 
14,057 2,224 


Glencoe 

827 


Goderich 
4,394 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
21,048 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,355 


Hamilton 
153,504 


$ c. 
200,965.78 


$ c. 


$c. 


$ c. 
13,569.89 
34,402.48 
66,469.41 


$ c. 


$ c. 

13,380.18 

156,527.91 

182,124.69 


$ c. 


$ c. 
929,627.85 


114,053.21 








864.37 
20,509.07 


1,760,103.54 


232,680.97 


32,105.53 


20,901.48 


4,328.07 


1,197,903.94 
845,155.42 


117,319.63 
67,805.06 
72,792.17 


18,366.51 

13,619.00 

1,364.67 


6,311.20 
4,202.13 
1,726.23 


18,009.06 

18,755.56 

4,853.77 


1,533.55 

1,516.40 

163.37 


85,655.07 
91,669.03 

42,483.85 


9,850.72 
8,583.45 
1,040.67 


891,783.94 
637,047.62 
279,067.95 


24,130.89 


2,584.28 


3,365.25 


5,711.07 


113.08 


14,022.90 


1,136.73 


197,728.09 




2,209.80 




14,622.15 








66,832.40 














829,747.71 
16,015.45 


70,249.79 

930.43 
7,743.29 
3,305.88 

167.50 


36,506.29 
4,041.02 


176,393.39 

12,367.35 
1,000.00 
5,416.48 
1,258.08 


7,654.47 

2,524.87 

2,000.00 

285.53 


585,863.63 
14,138.20 


41,985.01 

6,725.17 

12,000.00 

360.11 

25.00 


6,805,250.75 
240,858.76 


54,683.54 
12,636.97 


1,625.95 


23,013.28 
20,847.51 
45,979.69 

408,030.88 
2,570.78 


377,469.77 
158,969.98 


114,396.58 






352,448.77 


343,202.53 
2,174.95 


61,884.68 
504.06 


12,064.89 
20.00 


77,619.35 


5,231.62 


51,378.73 


2,509,831.45 
1,377.45 












1,372,857.73 


144,785.63 


54,258.15 


274,054.65 


17,696.49 


1,100,443.97 


112,474.02 


10,446,206.93 


















1,372,857.73 


144,785.63 


54,258.15 


274,054.65 


17,696.49 


1,100,443.97 


112,474.02 


10,446,206.93 


291,032.56 
24,741.04 


9,882.69 
322.90 


7,524.40 


47,709.27 
4,332.85 


2,005.60 
310.79 


52,500.00 
21,423:63 


2,774.24 
73.29 


2,789,644.46 
255,075.24 








226.00 


471.98 


20.00 


1,964/23 




2,570.78 




*1,743,381.62 










315,999.60 


10,677.57 


7,544.40 


54,006.35 


2,316.39 


76,494.41 


2,847.53 


4,788,101.32 


343,202.53 

243,684.22 

33,850.80 


61,884.68 
20,293.13 


12,064.89 
7,659.56 


77,619.35 

60,773.15 

1,051.61 


5,231.62 
2,335.61 


408,030.88 

118,386.23 

1,337.88 


51,378.73 
8,512.89 


2,509,831.45 
973,970.26 
208,127.56 














620,737.55 


82,177.81 


19,724.45 


139,444.11 


7,567.23 


527,754.99 


59,891.62 


3,691,929.27 


226,969.39 
114,396.58 


10,117.31 


12,588.48 


48,378.78 


1,494.40 


92,499.99 

45,979.69 

357,714.89 


5,225.76 


1,429,380.66 

352,448.77 


94,754.61 


41,812.94 


14,400.82 


32,225.41 


6,318.47 


44,509 11 


184,346.91 


436,120.58 


51,930.25 


26,989.30 


80,604.19 


7,812.87 


496,194.57 


49,734.87 


1,966,176.34 


1,372,857.73 144,785.63 


54,258.15 


274,054.65 


17,696.49 


1,100,443.97 


112,474.02 


10,446,206.93 


22.0 12.9 


17.8 


27.5 


18.6 


4.3 


4.7 


58.4 



*Includes a balance of $1,687,500.00 on purchase agreement. 



300 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Harriston 
1,321 


Harrow 
928 • 


Hensall 
697 


Hespeler 

2,798 


Highgate 
343 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


•$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

4,474.73 

27,951.51 

30,646.77 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


600.00 
22,186.34 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


16,935.28 


12,370.10 


6,383.76 


Line transformers 


7,416.42 
7,184.08 
1,198.75 


8,992.12 

5,796.50 

851.36 


4,428.42 

3,448.63 

612.83 


21,030.50 

12,349.59 

7,155.90 


2,109.25 


Meters 


1,750.29 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


453.91 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


880.57 


269.68 


535.99 


1,306.77 


508.13 


Old plant 


1,001.43 




400.00 














Total plant 


40,467.59 
1,156.68 


32,844.94 
4,193.18 


21,795.97 

3,622.22 

4,000.00 

83.21 


104,915.77 
8,332.95 


11,205.34 


Bank and cash balance 


273.58 


Securities and investments... . 


2,000.00 




818.77 
71.81 


1,207.24 


2,293.55 
354.35 


197.36 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.. 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


21,007.34 


12,915.13 


9,656.41 


64,440.55 
5.00 


6,421.85 


Other assets 














Total assets 


63,522.19 


51,160.49 


39,157.81 


180,342.17 


20,098.13 


Deficit 
















Total 


63,522.19 


51,160.49 


39,157.81 


180,342.17 


20,098.13 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


9,475.78 
1,642.02 


7,700.37 


6,664.14 

784.44 


33,015.99 

1,284.98 




Accounts payable... 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 




414.26 


94.50 


5.00 


10.00 








Total liabilities 


11,117.80 


8,114.63 


7,543.08 


34,305.97 


10.00 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


21,007.34 
6,442.67 


12,915.13 
2,726.12 


9,656.41 
6,473.73 


64,440.55 

12,889.74 

120.35 


6,421.85 
3,680.64 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


27,450.01 


15,641.25 


16,130.14 


77,450.64 


10,102.49 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


16,342.25 


4,299.63 


5,335.86 


44,554.52 


5,000.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


8,612.13 


23,104.98 


10,148.73 


24,031.04 


4,985.64 






Total surplus 


24,954.38 


27,404.61 


15,484.59 


68,585.56 


9,985.64 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


63,522.19 


51,160.49 


39,157.81 


180,342.17 


20,098.13 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


26.2 


21.2 


25.6 


29.6 


0.1 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Humber- 
stone 
2,442 


Ingersoll 
5,104 


Jarvis 
531 


Kingsville 
2,354 


Kitchener 
31,252 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
600 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,004 


$ c. 


$ c. 
15,064.45 
33,283.83 
55,398.44 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,774.09 


$ c. 

179,685.67 

218,733.96 

320,148.25 

40,355.24 

174,977.79 

183,274.02 

65,326.54 

88,371.70 

19,004.15 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
16,387.58 










7,085.62 


26,149.88 


9,455.40 


31,595.63 


6,951.10 


19,420.66 


50,358.57 
11,986.90 


9,181.25 
7,797.95 

884.80 


28,042.19 

24,820.88 

3,980.93 

4,597.59 

10,725.98 


3,080.21 

2,453.52 

846.99 


13,641.91 
13,477.73 

1,439.82 
19,200.00 

1,123.41 


1,888.12 

2,301.46 

269.16 


6,716.60 

4,174.22 

946.49 


24,297.65 

22,925.79 

1,380.13 

15,178.49 


3,127.57 


689.20 


300.71 


1,510.69 


1,224.67 




19,098.54 






52,363.91 




















47,141.45 
1,836.06 


195,012.83 


16,525.32 

4,168.22 


88,252.59 

4,473.34 

8,000.00 

378.49 


1,342,241.23 

75.00 

15,000.00 

49,310.55 

9,727.17 


11,705.55 

523.20 

1,000.00 

100.67 


32,768.66 
8,365.51 


150,825.40 
14,553.73 




11,716.57 
2,372.30 
1,062.73 

72,631.06 

115,594.19 

1,044.53 


11,000.00 


591.48 


70.39 


1,875.65 


294.06 














11,183.77 
1,245.41 


8,786.49 


23,734.07 
2,166.57 


781,227.72 
1,153.68 


5,913.61 
60.00 


7,853.54 
1,447.10 


44,229.84 








61,998.17 


399,434.21 


29,550.42 


127,005.06 


2,198,735.35 


19,303.03 


52,310.46 


220,903.03 


















61,998.17 


399,434.21 


29,550.42 


127,005.06 


2,198,735.35 


19,303.03 


52,310.46 


220,903.03 


17,900.00 


79,800.00 

11,042.08 

734.69 

5,642.12 


6,108.46 
420.74 


27,914.80 
1,719.49 


175,060.79 

47,837.91 

7,681.74 

89,525.38 




10,658.01 
1,913.27 


30,800.92 






1,186.56 








995.27 




20,920.00 


60.00 


427.06 


17,605.05 








18,895.27 


97,218.89 


6,529.20 


50,554.29 


320,105.82 


60.00 


12,998.34 


49,592.53 


11,183.77 
2,669.45 


115,594.19 
15,715.79 

857.40 


8,786.49 
2,585.52 


23,734.07 

16,199.17 

664.42 


781,227.72 

268,144.95 

27,159.14 


5,913.61 
3,195.95 


7,853.54 
6,079.44 
1,000.62 


44,229.84 

22,308.90 

800.14 










13,853.22 


132,167.38 


11,372.01 


40,597.66 


1,076,531.81 


9,109.56 


14,933.60 


67,338.88 


14,100.00 




4,391.54 


5,585.20 


337,089.21 


4,000.00 


4,841.99 


17,199.08 




72,631.06 

97,416.88 




15,149.68 


7,257.67 


30,267.91 


465,008.51 


6,133.47 


19,536.53 


86,772.54 


29,249.68 


170,047.94 


11,649.21 


35,853.11 


802,097.72 


10,133.47 


24,378.52 


103,971.62 


61,998.17 


399,434.21 


29,550.42 


127,005.06 


2,198,735.35 


19,303.03 


52,310.46 


220,903.03 


37.2 


9.2 


31.0 


37.3 


16.3 





29.2 


21.4 



302 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 

2,775 


London 
73,726 


London 
Twp. 


Long 

Branch 

3,550 


Lucan 


Population 


528 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
1,457.39 


$ c. 

447,434.86 

941,347.33 

783,202.09 

293,489.23 

290,893.97 

329,931.51 

67,797.91 

84,746.73 

87,153.05 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


39,070.65 
2,897.25 
17,556.07 
16,326.87 
1,853.82 
1,348.66 
2,328.88 


17,454.12 


52,163.07 


10,577.48 


Line transformers 


5,734.63 

4,019.50 

861.36 


11,950.28 

17,126.43 

4,212.21 


4,131.49 


Meters 


3,154.40 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


430.15 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant... 


514.93 


1,220.51 


617.27 


Old plant 


4,745.30 




1,733.80 




2,860.45 










Total plant 


87,584.89 

2,976.99 
7,000.00 
1,551.04 


3,325,996.68 
12,726.31 


30,318.34 

1,291.82 
4,000.00 
1,378.16 


86,672.50 


21,771.24 


Bank and cash balance 


3,757.88 


Securities and investments 




5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


307,602.23 

66,419.73 

349,490.78 

1,416,043.89 

563.68 


2,049.41 


8.95 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


45,689.81 


9,502.15 
126.97 


8,831.29 
2,540.61 


12,242.49 








Total assets 


144,802.73 


5,478,843.30 


46,617.44 


100,093.81 


42,780.56 


Deficit 
















Total 


144,802.73 


5,478,843.30 


46,617.44 


100,093.81 


42,780.56 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


5,869.18 
22.99 


852,163.12 
101,911.76 


10,148.52 
68.80 


23,364.48 
12,118.41 


4,052.53 


Accounts payable 


136.49 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


1,567.05 


85,310.41 


126.97 


2,559.09 


201.22 






Total liabilities 


7,459.22 


1,039,385.29 


10,344.29 


38,041.98 


4,390.24 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


45,689.81 
29,399.34 


1,416,043.89 

899,601.37 

81,703.45 


9,502.15 
5,016.81 


8,831.29 

15,361.50 

423.00 


12,242.49 
7,800.45 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


75,089.15 


2,397,348.71 


14,518.96 


24,615.79 


20,042.94 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


37,320.71 


729,736.88 
349,490.78 
962,881.64 


8,851.48 


16,940.12 


7,161.09 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


24,933.65 


12,902.71 


20,495.92 


11,186.29 






Total surplus 


62,254.36 


2,042,109.30 


21,754.19 


37,436.04 


18347.38 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


144,802.73 


5,478,843.30 


46,617.44 


100,093.81 


42,78Q.56 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


6.3 


16.6 


27.6 


41.7 


14.3 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



303 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
1,060 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 

2,487 


Milton 
1,804 


Milverton 
1,002 


Mimico 
6,696 


Mitchell 
1,497 


$ c. 
241.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,951.67 

32,689.04 

34,946.51 


$ c. 


$ c. 
237.20 


$ c. 
17,077.41 
38,461.02 
75,520.27 


$ c. 
22,562.48 








11,868.94 
20,422.74 


21,287.83 


4,774.11 


15,781.10 


8,062.22 


11,431.90 


29,015.33 


2,166.63 

1,627.24 

340.66 


8,109.35 

5,874.31 

750.76 


3,399.23 

2,085.88 
555.64 


7,928.65 
9,699.54 
4,676.11 


13,944.73 

13,239.85 

1,282.36 


7,565.80 

5,082.70 

737.16 


31,989.52 

28,131.13 

7,747.29 


8,818.29 

11,932.41 

3,698.59 


193.57 


1,944.18 


455.36 


2,863.64 


4,094.99 


713.67 


4,638.61 


774.17 
1500.00 






241.85 




3,092.54 




















9,343.39 
643.76 


32,459.70 

2,466.99 

2,000.00 

575.53 


14,800.18 

2,670.96 

6,000.00 

112.48 


95,755.16 
9,583.21 


67,946.15 

5,772.02 

12,000.00 

3,476.36 

3,785.18 


25,768.43 

479.83 
2,000.00 
2,213.81 


203,565.25 
5,328.34 


99,589.10 

3,344.28 
1,000.00 


500.18 


3,615.31 


5,795.55 


5,126.77 
3,048.25 
















9,126.37 


10,457.40 


7,831.92 


62,634.58 


67,705.64 


29,573.74 


83,618.27 
5,234.53 


27,708.14 
















19,613.70 


47,959.62 


31,415.54 


171,588.26 


160,685.35 


60,035.81 


303,541.94 


139,816.54 


















19,613.70 


47,959.62 


31,415.54 


171,588.26 


160,685.35 


60,035.81 


303,541.94 


139,816.54 


2,503.19 


849.76 
977.13 


7,036.00 
57.90 


18,477.56 
2,595.12 


7,573.01 
145.71 


751.96 

1,575.08 


77,599.06 
1,826.50 




257.00 


645.93 




110.00 


25.00 




166.85 




5,234.53 


126.50 










2,760.19 


1,936.89 


7,118.90 


21,072.68 


7,885.57 


2,327.04 


84,660.09 


772.43 


9,126.37 
2,725.13 


10,457.40 
5,125.97 


7,831.92 
2,518.45 


62,634.58 
7,619.91 


67,705.64 

15,686.01 

1,471.57 


29,573.74 
5,535.26 
1,668.04 


83,618.27 

45,641.89 

2,816.45 


27,708.14 

36,498.71 

900.00 












11,851.50 


15,583.37 


10,350.37 


70,254.49 


84,863.22 


36,777.04 


132,076.61 


65,106.85 


1,991.81 


10,523.87 


6,328.21 


13,708.65 


25,473.40 


8,748.04 


49,400.94 


22,295.22 


3,010.20 


19,915.49 


7,618.06 


66,552.44 


42,463.16 


12,183.69 


37,404.30 


51,642.04 


5,002.01 


30,439.36 


13,946.27 


80,261.09 


67,936.56 


20,931.73 


86,805.24 


73,937.26 


19,613.70 


47,959.62 


31,415.54 


171,588.26 


160,685.35 


60,035.81 


303,541.94 


139,816.54 


26.3 


5.2 


30.2 


19.3 


8.5 


7.6 


38.5 


0.7 



304 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
256 


New 

Hamburg 

1,457 


New 


Population 


Toronto 

7,484 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,513.19 

1,167.55 

23,725.89 


$ c. 
43,745.98 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


2,980.96 


6,409.60 


6,422.17 


79,577.21 
8,605.69 


Line transformers 


1,012.17 
1,221.66 

295.88 


1,967.97 

2,269.66 

689.49 


1,797.86 

1,193.74 

817.42 


6,512.94 

8,982.53 
2,095.68 


30,786.47 


Meters 


29,514.45 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


10,217.86 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


348.35 


296.84 


486.13 


958.73 


7,432.07 


Old plant 






348.22 


5,242.56 












Total plant 


5,859.02 
2,127.18 


11,633.56 

2,445.27 

3,000.00 

797.17 


11,065.54 
1,042.53 


51,199.07 
2,276.68 


209,879.73 


Bank and cash balance 


2,733.18 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


58.63 


880.62 


1,132.22 
804.63 


20,203.92 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


3,931.96 


4,460.85 
86.94 


2,767.14 


31,661.77 


259,357.33 


Other assets 


1,371.22 












Total assets 


11,976.79 


22,423.79 


15,755.83 


87,074.37 


493,545.38 


Deficit 
















Total 


11,976.79 


22,423.79 


15,755.83 


87,074.37 


493,545.38 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


1,032.37 


2,188.65 
79.72 


3,900.00 
30.00 


5,943.32 


3,699.00 


Accounts payable 


9,240.40 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 




84.90 


25.00 


173.50 


5,371.22 








Total liabilities 


1,032.37 


2,353.27 


3,955.00 


6,116.82 


18,310.62 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


3,931.96 

2,228.76 


4,460.85 
2,422.30 


2,767.14 

2,575.68 


31,661.77 

11,347.65 

101.29 


259,357.33 
45,170.34 


Other reserves 


3,076.57 














Total reserves 


6,160.72 


6,883.15 


5,342.82 


43,110.71 


307,604.24 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,467.63 


2,031.35 


5,854.39 


11,785.76 


4,301.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


1,316.07 


11,156.02 


603.62 


26,061.08 


163,329.52 






Total surplus 


4,783.70 


13,187.37 


6,458.01 


37,846.84 


167,630.52 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


11,976.79 


22,423.79 


15,755.83 


87,074.37 


493,545.38 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


12.8 


13.1 


30.4 


11.0 


7.8 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Niagara 
Falls 
18,060 


Niagara- 

on-the-Lake 

1,614 


North York 
Twp. 


Norwich 
1,196 


Oil 

Springs 

462 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,600 


Paris 

4,297 


$ c. 
132,324.59 


$ c. 

2,307.35 

16,048.36 

28,272.74 


$ c. 
28,248.83 


$ c. 
4,638.76 


$ c. 
1,453.46 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,426.83 


229,660.23 




691.88 
26,503.72 


27,720.70 


190,698.67 


335,164.78 


11,113.94 


12,973.70 


7,121.72 


52,092.83 


160,604.56 
107,152.32 
118,104.12 


7,666.78 
8,030.45 
1,230.44 


82,776.87 
42,796.46 
156.00 
13,491.21 
19,357.44 


6,180.85 
6,799.26 
4,685.64 


5,670.91 

3,424.65 

308.24 


3,943.30 
2,410.45 
1,408.96 


9,841.85 
7,327.72 
2,429.36 


19,712.59 
19,393.87 
14,026.52 


11,598.32 


2,064.87 


1,522.77 


2,417.13 


142.00 


778.43 


810.78 


20,742.69 






3,509.82 






4,018.71 
















970,885.50 
28,546.60 


65,620.99 
490.18 


521,991.59 
4,593.50 


38,451.04 

1,771.58 
3,500.00 
2,062.86 
1,482.62 


26,248.09 

4,390.15 

2,242.89 

407.43 

73.69 


15,026.43 
2,830.14 


51,591.67 
1,532.38 


142,184.12 

3,329.23 
28,500.00 


11,652.93 
11,423.83 


3,749.97 
1,762.60 


7,050.14 

64.48 


882.61 


1,278.85 
346.12 


758.37 








356,603.43 
26,733.01 


18,308.81 
73.37 


60,834.26 
5,806.19 


23,485.72 
165.40 


16,048.30 


5,127.05 
15.00 


26,653.44 


71,286.89 










1,405,845.30 


90,005.92 


600,340.16 


70,919.22 


49,410.55 


23,881.23 


81,402.46 


246,058.61 


















1,405,845.30 


90,005.92 


600,340.16 


70,919.22 


49,410.55 


23,881.23 


81,402.46 


246,058.61 


325,605.23 
45,205.72 


20,356.68 
909.35 


355,032.55 
9,956.03 


5,431.38 
370.00 


3,749.41 
1,499.25 


370.18 
210.35 


3,462.22 


8,726.32 
575.05 








16,111.31 


70.00 


19,297.40 


165.40 




15.00 


262.50 










386,922.26 


21,336.03 


384,285.98 


5,966.78 


5,248.66 


595.53 


3,724.72 


9,301.37 


356,603.43 
152,165.71 

8,784.94 


18,308.81 

9,934.64 

363.00 


60,834.26 
63,328.89 


23,485.72 

5,326.49 

993.87 


16,048.30 

6,822.57 


5,127.05 
4,394.57 


26,653.44 

6,799.54 

471.11 


71,286.89 

63,647.08 

175.00 












517,554.08 


28,606.45 


124,163.15 


29,806.08 


22,870.87 


9,521.62 


33,924.09 


135,108.97 


364,637.77 


16,144.74 


87,989.32 


8,324.62 


12,971.90 


4,129.82 


23,537.78 


83,273.68 


136,731.19 


23,918.70 


3,901.71 


26,821.74 


8,319.12 


9,634. 26 


20,215.87 


18,374.59 


501,368.96 


40,063.44 


91,891.03 


35,146.36 


21,291.02 


13,764.08 


43,753.65 


101,648.27 


1,405,845.30 


90,005.92 


600,340.16 


70,919.22 


49,410.55 


23,881.23 


81,402.46 


246,058.61 


37.0 


30.0 


70.5 


12.3 


15.7 


3.1 


6.8 


5.3 



306 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Parkhill 
1,021 


Petrolia 
2,715 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,336 


Port 


Population 


Colborne 
5,417 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

900.00 

2,403.55 

43,548.17 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
22,561.01 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


16,039.71 


4,116.10 


21,284.62 


89,678.99 


Line transformers 


4,239.63 

4,284.93 

898.23 


26,243.59 

14,903.26 

4,849.35 


1,890.66 

1,921.31 

147.15 


7,017.98 
5,162.40 
3,091.41 


24,486.11 


Meters 


22,209.98 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


4,549.26 
16,611.59 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,347.67 


5,476.92 


535.92 


503.14 


7,054.38 


Old plant 




3,389.94 






9,929.60 












Total plant 


26,810.17 
1,133.62 


101,714.78 

5,781.95 

8,400.00 

5,805.16 

951.58 


8,611.14 
1,291.75 


37,059.55 

1,442.15 

13,000.00 

4,054.58 


197,080.92 


Bank and cash balance 


15.00 


Securities and investments 


1,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


319.34 


78.88 


14,233.95 


Inventories 


4,003.93 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems . 


11,259.93 


63,863.94 
692.50 


5,589.37 


29,386.60 
164.00 


55,085.73 


Other assets 












Total assets 


39,523.06 


187,209.91 


15,571.14 


85,106.88 


271,919.53 


Deficit 
















Total 


39,523.06 


187,209.91 


15,571.14 


85,106.88 


271,919.53 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


5,013.74 
245.01 


21,885.89 


2,630.78 


6,992.78 
2,818.24 


86,319.90 


Accounts payable 


3,869.62 


Bank overdraft 






946.96 


Other liabilities 


70.00 


692.50 




164.00 


20,310.30 








Total liabilities 


5,328.75 


22,578.39 


2,630.78 


9,975.02 


111,446.78 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


11,259.93 

5,772.97 


63,863.94 

29,452.51 

310.61 


5,589.37 
3,079.33 


29,386.60 

9,683.57 

264.98 


55,085.73 
34,996.83 


Other reserves 


1,630.70 










Total reserves 


17,032.90 


93,627.06 


8,668.70 


39,335.15 


91,713.26 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


9,616.28 


28,114.11 


2,606.22 


10,007.22 


59,680.10 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus ■ 


7,545.13 


42,890.35 


1,665.44 


25,789.49 


9,079.39 






Total surplus 


17,161.41 


71,004.46 


4,271.66 


35,796.71 


68,759.49 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


39,523.06 


187,209.91 


51,571.14 


85,106.88 


271,919.53 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


18.9 


18.3 


26.4 


17.9 


47.3 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Port 
Credit 
1,650 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,495 


Port 
Dover 
1,692 


Port 

Rowan 

692 


Port 

Stanley 

742 


Preston 
6,189 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


$ c. 
675.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
248.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,570.80 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 








50,727.43 
90,842.70 






24,758.35 


18,600.65 


29,956.67 


9,220.72 


21,491.82 


4,233.15 


7,898.91 


9,881.98 
9,266.13 
4,922.71 


9,861.19 
9,385.06 
1,041.19 


10,257.03 
7,313.74 
2,673.13 


1,435.32 

1,815.68 

863.49 


12,088.52 
9,580.83 
1,686.62 


47,728.03 

38,634.89 

5,442.53 


2,473.48 

1,223.65 

185.35 


2,219.20 

1,568.03 

422.43 


864.49 


2,179.34 


2,477.44 


699.53 


6,272.72 


8,002.06 


64.35 


2,081.11 




6,018.38 






577.51 


32,126.75 
















50,368.66 
3,179.83 


47,085.81 

1,108.30 
3,000.00 
2,514.20 


52,926.76 
5,637.98 


14,034.74 


53,266.82 

4,504.92 
3,000.00 
1,539.97 


273,504.39 

22,116.29 

6,000.00 

15,694.50 

287.56 


8,179.98 
3,372.43 


14,189.68 
53.27 








2,581.99 


2,863.30 


377.83 
49.19 


730.90 


256.85 




3,075.30 

19,140.76 

390.21 










22,366.52 


14,397.07 
20.00 


3,876.69 


24,446.66 
15.01 


168,456.92 
363.50 


5,171.78 


4,112.51 










78,497.00 


76,314.58 


75,845.11 


18,338.45 
4,986.36 


86,773.38 


486,423.16 


17,455.09 


18,612.31 
















78,497.00 


76,314.58 


75,845.11 


23,324.81 


86,773.38 


486,423.16 


17,455.09 


18,612.31 


7,588.22 
1,803.98 


8,662.28 


9,285.10 
2,080.87 


8,490.00 

6,257.60 

220.61 


6,543.70 


46,181.10 
8,465.97 


1,783.26 
100.37 


5,142.72 
3.69 










485.00 


83.00 


680.85 


15.01 


363.50 














9,877.20 


8,745.28 


12,046.82 


14,968.21 


6,558.71 


55,010.57 


1,883.63 


5,146.41 


22,366.52 
14,433.13 

198.71 


19,140.76 

5,228.86 
926.31 


14,397.07 
8,310.62 


3,876.69 
1,969.91 


24,446.66 
10,657.07 


168,456.92 

101,457.88 

412.46 


5,171.78 
2,541.98 


4,112.51 

2,878.45 














36,998.36 


25,295.93 


22,707.69 


5,846.60 


35,103.73 


270,327.26 


7,713.76 


6,990.96 


6,911.78 


13,837.72 

3,075.30 

25,360.35 


19,714.90 


2,510.00 


12,406.30 


106,618.90 


1,766.74 


4,357.28 


24,709.66 


21,375.70 




32,704.64 


54,466.43 


6,090.96 


2,117.66 








31,621.44 


42,273.37 


41,090.60 


2,510.00 


45,110.94 


161,085.33 


7,857.70 


6,474.94 


78,497.00 


76,314.58 


75,845.11 


23,324.81 


86,773.38 


486,423.16 


17,455.09 


18,612.31 


17.6 


10.5 


19.6 


103.5 


10.5 


17.3 


15.3 


37.6 



308 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,299 


Ridgetown 
1,914 


Riverside 
4,975 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 


Population 


748 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,379.31 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


600.00 
10,573.07 


. 1,024.24 
21,466.69 




Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


91,478.45 


7,565.39 


10,876.25 


Line transformers 


8,549.95 
4,839.98 
1,334.77 


9,768.42 
9,458.46 
3,549.96 
1,431.73 
2,086.95 


32,326.02 
22,599.21 


2,481.27 

2,832.57 

679.03 


2,890.98 


Meters 


3,448.34 


Street light equipment, regular 


631.29 


Street light equipment, ornamental 


17,030.71 
4,805.07 




Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


42.00 


450.52 


774.44 


Old plant 




5,088.46 






700.00 












Total plant 


25,989.77 
5,667.87 


53,874.91 


170,618.77 


14,087.78 
44.91 


19,321.30 


Bank and cash balance 


2,880.57 


Securities and investments 


12,000.00 
445.21 

777.47 




3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


894.09 
135.46 


16,849.60 


253.65 
130.09 


161.16 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


9,707.40 
206.18 


25,643.35 


48,821.25 


7,008.90 
79.47 


7,797.20 


Other assets 












Total assets 


42,600.77 


92,740.94 


236,289.62 


21,604.80 


33,160.23 


Deficit 
















Total 


42,600.77 


92,740.94 


236,289.62 


21,604.80 


33,160.23 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,440.31 
450.27 


6,016.62 
456.36 
506.51 

1,816.73 


49,901.70 

10,210.65 

5,477.79 

17,030.71 


2,261.64 


5,040.68 


Accounts payable 


557.73 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


206.18 


76.00 


130.00 






Total liabilities 


4,096.76 


8,796.22 


82,620.85 


2,337.64 


5,728.41 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


9,707.40 
1,627.98 


25,643.35 
12,240.16 


48,821.25 

29,857.77 

68.27 


7,008.90 
4,480.31 


7,797.20 
1,805.72 


Other reserves.. 














Total reserves 


11,335.38 


37,883.51 


78,747.29 


11,489.21 


9,602.92 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


8,759.69 


13,439.37 


32,598.30 


2,238.36 


3,459.32 






Operating surplus 


18,408.94 


32,621.84 


42,323.18 


5,539.59 


14,369.58 






Total surplus 


27,168.63 


46,061.21 


74,921.48 


7,777.95 


17,828.90 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


42,600.77 


92,740.94 


236,289.62 


21,604.80 


33,160.23 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


12.5 


11.2 


38.4 


16.0 


.22.6 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



St. Catharines 
26,161 


St. Clair 

Beach 

81 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,023 


St. Thomas 
16,072 


Sandwich 
10,559 


$ c. 
50,305.64 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,000.00 

26,975.49 

56,558.66 


$ c. 

73,228:59 

110,146.39 

112,524.31 

36,690.67 

54,085.43 

70,516.88 

21,259.32 

3,693.04 

8,181.86 


$ c. 
541.70 


109,157.83 








4,097.56 


209,618.58 


7,918.75 


5,949.09 


6,501.68 


107,934.80 


141,218.65 
89,822.50 
18,577.59 


2,726.36 
1,414.13 


2,729.42 

2,890.56 

286.41 


2,539.38 

2,692.61 

390.26 


18,978.89 

21,969.91 

5,203.64 


47,310.59 
49,923.85 
11,665.76 


29,486.71 




51,239.13 


27,654.83 


149.27 


374.18 


460.55 


3,533.19 


7,502.73 


17,807.89 








20,696.85 




4,148.96 














693,650.22 
6,537.67 


12,208.51 


12,229.66 


12,584.48 

328.92 

3,000.00 

80.66 


156,916.63 
1,385.42 


490,326.49 

8,644.19 
43,206.81 
15,376.64 

8,005.38 


284,365.08 
18,163.71 








21,659.37 


36,893.34 
443.37 


1,635.73 


557.32 


3,634.25 
2,818.61 

1,488.42 

84,613.22 

63.37 


8,040.54 
334.27 


73,048.00 










325,288.97 
160.03 


3,989.36 


8,522.48 
107.50 


8,820.18 


293,235.39 
9,070.58 


140,799.88 
250.00 










1,136,021.60 


17,833.60 


21,416.96 


24,814.24 


250,919.92 

447.58 


867,865.48 


473,612.85 














1,136,021.60 


17,833.60 


21,416.96 


24,814.24 


251,367.50 


867,865.48 


473,612.85 


198,949.97 
25,568.44 


3,306.64 
138.33 

884.28 


3,116.13 


1,354.13 
178.13 


38,624.69 
1,573.19 


1,762.44 
2,230.82 


91,031.68 
927.83 




316.53 
107.50 




29,792.71 




147.50 


12,763.62 


62,121.27 










254,311.12 


4,329.25 


3,540.16 


1,532.26 


40,345.38 


16,756.88 


154,080.78 


325,288.97 

138,303.28 

8,017.10 


3,989.36 

2,630.68 

12.67 


8,522.48 
2,191.74 


8,820.18 
3,110.05 


84,613.22 

48,638.10 

660.05 


293,235.39 

110,708.87 

494.51 


140,799.88 

42,541.44 

450.74 










471,609.35 


6,632.71 


10,714.22 


11,930.23 


133,911.37 


404,438.77 


183,792.06 


103,072.94 
73,048.00 


3,034.81 


2,883.87 


4,645.87 


75,622.33 

1,488.42 


137,181.63 


54,541.35 


233,980.19 


3,836.83 


4,278.71 


6,705.88 


309,488.20 


81,198.66 








410,101.13 


6,871.64 


7,162.58 


11,351.75 


77,110.75 


446,669.83 


135,740.01 


1,136,021.60 


17,833.60 


21,416.96 


24,814.24 


251,367.50 


867,865.48 


473,612.85 


21.4 


31.2 


27.5 


9.6 


23.6 


2.9 


36.5 



310 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Sarnia 
17,620 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 


Seaforth 
1,697 


Simcoe 
5,174 


Spring- 


Population 


field 
372 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
112,246.86 
199,845.48 
216,977.95 


$ c. 

16,585.49 

301.95 

272,919.53 


$ c. 

1,301.70 

5,999.16 

28,114.36 


$ c. 

8,442.41 

22,906.67 

49,452.44 

1,412.24 

24,655.44 

24,558.46 

5,600.67 

3,500.00 

5,783.81 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 




Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


7,996.00 


Line transformers 


87,297.27 
72,313.60 
25,311.08 
7,482.11 
23,873.31 


60,697.75 
64,532.49 
19,810.03 


10,345.10 
9,197.25 
1,414.55 


2,374.19 


Meters '.... 


2,017.85 
558.91 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,733.37 


509.46 


685.08 


Old plant 


55,445.72 






927.92 












Total plant 


800,793.38 


437,580.61 

56,195.90 

2,680.00 

11,779.80 


56,881.58 

3,148.46 

100.00 

4,478.00 

1,901.60 


147,240.06 
19,594.87 


13,632.03 


Bank and cash balance 


370.44 


Securities and investments 




4,500.00 




42,154.09 
18,830.31 


2,358.77 
2,485.68 


842 . 70 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


367,445.02 
3,925.50 


97,483.60 


40,569.35 


56,252.93 


5,819.93 


Other assets 


52.00 












Total assets 


1,233,148.30 


605,719.91 


107,078.99 


227,932.31 


25,217.10 


Deficit 
















Total 


1,233,148.30 


605,719.91 


107,078.99 


227,932.31 


25,217.10 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


107,841.95 

327.20 

3,577.37 

13,797.17 


179,243.58 
41,895.95 




51,834.15 
699.77 


3,432.99 


Accounts payable 


7.47 


246.82 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


27,035.03 


35.00 


3,667.00 


52.00 






Total liabilities 


125,543.69 


248,174.56 


42.47 


56,200.92 


3,731.81 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. ... 
For depreciation 


367,445.02 

131,633.77 

1,151.71 


97,483.60 

70,994.94 

630.00 


40,569.35 

19,447.13 

1,106.96 


56,252.93 
19,715.60 


5,819.93 
2,680.06 


Other reserves.. 










Total reserves 


500,230.50 


169,108.54 


61,123.44 


75,968.53 


8,499.99 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


230,158.05 


111,324.70 


25,000.00 


23,600.75 


6,067.01 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


377,216.06 


77,112.11 


20,913.08 


72,162.11 


6,918.29 






Total surplus 


607,374.11 


188,436.81 


45,913.08 


95,762.86 


12,985.30 






Total liabilities, reserve s and surplus 


1,233,148.30 


605,719.91 


107,078.99 


227,932.31 


25,217.10 


Percentage of net debt to total asset s 


13.8 


48.8 


0.0 


31.3 


19.0 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 
1,174 


Stratford 
18,673 


Strathroy 
2,887 


Sutton 
806 


Tavistock 
1,050 


TecumsBh 
2,423 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c. 
7,196.71 


$ c. 


$ c. 
138,790.05 
121,684.65 
153,642.29 


$ c. 

8,741.01 

23,219.34 

47,875.29 


$ c. 


$ c. 
234.02 


$ c. 


$ c. 


37,384.60 
126,377.62 








12,679.06 


20,019.67 


13,273.34 


34,797.28 


7,701.83 


43,741.71 

31,021.39 

9,303.43 


4,160.67 
4,284.51 
1,604.52 


94,013.60 
82,120.82 
21,892.10 


19,925.16 

14,619.35 

5,814.75 


7,097.85 
5,633.71 
1,712.28 


6,251.28 

4,786.61 

997.66 


10,462.61 
10,393.16 


2,625.63 

2,582.79 

290.65 


4,760.95 
1,299.03 




9,578.53 


472.46 


18,012.56 


2,158.52 


1,600.13 


573.65 


330.89 


13,743.66 


3,866.37 


31,520.00 


12,343.15 


675.00 
















278,347.65 
2,827.15 


27,067.59 

3,416.19 
5,000.00 

148.82 
30.94 


661,676.07 

54,212.54 

21,900.00 

18,237.31 

9,404.33 

226,182.93 

375,971.07 

2,825.21 


134,696.57 

9,357.97 

5,000.00 
2,908.93 
2,404.92 


36,738.64 
1,940.66 


26,116.56 

1,897.25 
3,596.30 
1,438.68 


61,713.03 


13,531.79 
919.22 






7,500.00 


15,339.81 
7,625.43 


1,301.92 
44.20 


5,721.36 


468.92 










54,280 79 
5,043.16 


8,912.62 


52,620.90 
566.00 


8,303.72 
52.30 


26,989.11 


14,944.13 
70.12 


10,643.46 
40.00 










363,463.99 


44,576.16 


1,370,409.46 


207,555.29 


48,381.44 


60,037.90 


82,448.64 


33,103.39 


















363,463.99 


44,576.16 


1,370,409.46 


207,555.29 


48,381.44 


60,037.90 


82,448.64 


33,103.39 


159,900.62 
12,444.01 


5,032.43 
18.11 


390,000.00 
805.61 


32,913.10 


14,870.89 
2,375.13 


3,459.44 
115.83 


13,384.83 
5,600.78 
3,175.17 
4,760.95 


1,443.24 








4,131.95 




2,825.21 


• 566.00 


52.30 


' 


40.00 










176,476.58 


5,050.54 


393,630.82 


33,479.10 


17,298.32 


3,575.27 


26,921.73 


1,483.24 


54,280.79 

27,890.67 

2,544.77 


8,912.62 
2,576.34 


375,971.07 

228,063.91 

2,948.88 


52,620.90 

24,146.62 

347.43 


8,303.72 
5,539.72 


26,989.11 
8,226.86 


14,944.13 

11,433.86 

136.50 


10,643.46 
4,930.18 












84,716.23 


11,488.96 


606,983.86 


77,114.95 


13,843.44 


35,215.97 


26,514.49 


15,573.64 


80,377.55 


13,507.84 


65,800.00 

226,182.93 

77,811.8,5 


33,318.90 


11,129.11 


2,540.56 


12,615.17 


3,914.79 


21,893.63 


14,528.82 


63,642.34 


6,110.57 


18,706.10 


16,397.25 


12,131.72 


102,271.18 


28,036.66 


369,794.78 


96,961.24 


17,239.68 


21,246.66 


29,012.42 


16,046.51 


363,463.99 


44,576.16 


1,370,409.46 


207,555.29 


48,381.44 


60,037.90 


82,448.64 


33,103.39 


57.0 


14.2 


21.5 


21.5 


43.2 


10.8 


35.3 


6.6 



312 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Thames- 
ville 
763 


Thedford 
572 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
4,945 


Tilbury 


Population 


1,897 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
681.69 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,892.59 


$ c. 
969.46 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


12,045.47 


9,267.79 


3,288.86 


31,830.00 


15,590.08 


Line transformers 


5,160.49 
3,836.81 
1,379.42 


3,268.91 

2,206.01 

885.46 


1,559.98 

1,747.46 

181.19 


16,257.73 

20,305.91 

2,860.49 


12,550.67 


Meters 


6,952.78 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


982.66 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant.... 


771.15 


1,600.41 


310.45 


4,699.73 
13,244.74 


1,705.43 


Old plant 


4,445.68 


433.78 




3,049.47 










Total plant 


28,320.71 

3,245.31 
6,000.00 
1,231.90 


17,662.36 

1,416.71 

1,000.00 

241.24 


7,087.94 
521.40 


99,091.19 
7,251.75 


41,800.55 


Bank and cash balance 


2,369.19 


Securities and investments 


10,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


525.48 


7,575.43 
216.69 


349.69 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


10,545.78 


5,462.05 


5,593.83 
23.50 


52,920.28 


27,410.33 


Other assets 


3.51 












Total assets 


49,343.70 


25,782.36 


13,752.15 


167,055.34 


81,933.27 


Deficit 
















Total 


49,343.70 


25,782.36 


13,752.15 


167,055.34 


81,933.27 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,581.91 
25.24 


8,030.48 
61.82 


1,341.70 
79.70 




5,986.44 


Accounts payable 


1,048.48 


51.00 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities.... 


155.00 


23.00 


23.50 


1,627.50 








Total liabilities 


3,762.15 


8,115.30 


1,444.90 


2,675.98 


6,037.44 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


10,545.78 
6,648.61 


5,462.05 
2,466.53 


5,593.83 

2,876.99 

100.00 


52,920.28 
24,977.01 


27,410.33 
9,858.90 


Other reserves... 














Total reserves 


17,194.39 


7,928.58 


8,570.82 


77,897.29 


37,269.23 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,605.89 


8,469.52 


1,744.78 


5,000.00 


8,013.56 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


20,781.27 


1,268.96 


1,991.65 


81,482.07 


30,613.04 






Total surplus 


28,387.16 


9,738.48 


3,736.43 


86,482.07 


38,626.60 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


49,343.70 


25,782.36 


13,752.15 


167,055.34 


81,933.27 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


9.7 


39.9 


17.7 


2.3 


11.1 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Tillson- 
burg 
3,380 


Toronto 
626,674 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Walkerville 
10,458 


Wallaceburg 
4,457 


$ c. 

4,824.27 


$ c. 
5,413.450.99 
14,984,220.87 
6,274,444.24 
4,151,341.95 
3,649,083.30 
3,024,093.97 
483,901.89 


$ c. 
6,366.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
147,518.53 
155,069.52 
154,310.65 


$ c. 
37,746.29 


13,937.52 






9,651.80 


41,227.34 


180,594.29 


20,845.11 


10,381.31 


57,608.88 


16,669.00 
16,088.04 
11,522.52 


52,953.15 

33,017.12 

3,717.44 


9,595.46 
4,741.17 


2,112.55 
1,331.65 


90,628.67 

70,877.92 


35,173.82 
19,832.16 
10,224.10 








187,172.22 
37,842.69 




4,184.79 


2,509,344.39 


2,543.09 


2,188.06 


309.66 


4,763.50 




3,570,474.01 


619.65 






18,335.05 


20,941.07 










108,453.48 
3,125.43 


44,060,355.61 
437,174.18 


279,810.87 

11,713.04 

10,000.00 

2,293.24 


37,369.80 

2,620.82 

4,000.00 

305.75 


14,135.17 

1,355.81 

2,000.00 

360.28 


861,755.25 


195,941.62 
10,180.68 


9,000.00 


31,981.30 

100,223.54 

25,053.24 




3,404.15 
2,050.35 


1,695,834.51 

445,118.82 

6,406,157.81 

11,464,279.18 

91,578.48 


5,637.69 
5,445.23 












52,836.54 


56,414.19 






395,616.59 
1,638.46 


113,492.49 


2,641.47 






1,846.57 












181,511.42 


64,600.498.59 


360,231.34 


44,296.37 


17,851.26 


1,416,268.38 


332,544.28 
















181,511.42 


64,600,498.59 


360,231.34 


44,296.37 


17,851.26 


1,416,268.38 


332,544.28 


9,059.10 
1,559.38 


25,130,566.68 
1,635,421.42 


55,482.25 
1,135.51 


11,635.05 


9,461.15 


121,667.00 

.29,141.33 

18,650.46 

205,634.72 


41,640.23 










2,641.47 




2,313.46 






1,788.07 












13,259.95 


26,765,988.10 


58,931.22 


11,635.05 


9,461.15 


375,093.51 


43,428.30 


52,836.54 


11,464,279.18 

7,624,079.06 

868,207.45 


56,414.19 

92,928.91 

862.42 






395,616.59 

137,049.32 

8,945.88 


113,492.49 


31,607.71 
500.00 


12,990.26 


1,518.00 


40,563.12 
461.60 










84,944.25 


19,956,565.69 


150,205.52 


12,990.26 


1,518.00 


541,611.79 


154,517.21 


26,940.90 


9,452,433.32 
6,406,157.81 
2,019,353.67 


48,517.75 


7,791.36 




177,592.00 


29,896.35 








56,366.32 


102,576.85 


11,879.70 


6,872.11 


321,971.08 


104,702.42 


83,307.22 


17,877,944.80 


151,094.60 


19,671.06 


6,872.11 


499,563.08 


134,598.77 


181,511.42 


64,600,498.59 


360,231.34 


44,296.37 


17,851.26 


1,416,268.38 


332,544.28 


8.4 


43.6 


19.4 


26.3 


53.0 


22.5 


19.8 



314 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Wardsville 
240 


Water- 
down 
919 


Waterford 
1,213 


Waterloo 

8,714 


Watford 


Population... 


941 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,454.37 
63,643.83 
90,844.94 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


5,040.50 


16,146.32 


15,772.78 


16,539.14 


Line transformers 


1,665.49 

1,253.12 

519.36 


5,825.50 

5,718.80 
583.81 


7,201.37 
5,939.66 
3,231.62 


39,939.41 

35,158.32 

14,105.43 

3,106.80 

6,381.34 


5,411.56 


Meters 


5,269.77 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


807.31 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


518.73 


358.48 


504.26 


2,176.34 


Old plant 


193.94 






24,160.67 


657.44 










Total plant 


9,191.14 
107.21 


28,832.91 
3,444.26 


32,649.69 

689.74 

5,300.00 

577.11 


291,795.11 
19,414.36 


30,861.56 


Bank and cash balance 


1,080.09 


Securities and investments 


5,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


934.76 


1,430.04 


2,356.02 

204.99 

11,994.01 

158,041.94 


1,936.70 


Inventories 


72.67 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


2,124.80 
154.48 


14,627.98 


19,469.40 


13,162.12 


Other assets 














Total assets 


12,512.39 


48,335.19 


58,685.94 


483,806.43 


52,613.14 


Deficit 
















Total 


12,512.39 


48,335.19 


58,685.94 


483,806.43 


52,613.14 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,893.41 






47,618.84 
3,352.68 


793.17 


Accounts payable 






836.79 


Bank overdraft 










Other liabilities... 




80.00 


42.00 


3,106.80 










Total liabilities 


3,893.41 


80.00 


42.00 


54,078.32 


1,629.96 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


2,124.80 
2,158.84 


14,627.98 
7,383.58 


19,469.40 
9,842.00 


158,041.94 

99,351.25 

328.00 


13,162.12 
6,359.99 


Other reserves. 


23.00 












Total reserves 


4,283.64 


22,011.56 


29,311.40 


257,721.19 


19,545.11 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,668.99 


8,000.00 


7,745.53 


58,381.16 

11,994.01 

101,631.75 


8,920.04 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


666.35 


18,243.63 


21,587.01 


22,518.03 






Total surplus 


4,335.34 


26,243.63 


29,332.54 


172,006.92 


31,438.07 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


12,512.39 


48,335.19 


58,685.94 


483,806.43 


52,613.14 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


37.5 


0.3 


0.1 


12.5 


4.1 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



315 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Welland 
10,655 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West 

Lome 

776 


Weston 

4,828 


Wheatley 
754 


Windsor 
61,173 


Wood- 
bridge 
740 


Wood- 
stock 
11,007 


$ c. 
73,269.45 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
11,903.31 
32,737.85 
60,344.01 


$ c. 


$ c. 
312,503.82 
678,250.86 
756,330.41 
141,997.19 
343,920.00 
327,189.69 
37,338.37 
693,788.56 
126,729.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
35,489.71 


57,402.56 










94,693.30 


133,400.14 
7,475.04 


6,691.79 


11,330.46 


15,009.43 


16,771.25 


102,782.69 


57,361.63 

56,929.09 

4,246.63 

36,513.75 


2,153.50 

2,464.94 

545.11 


4,274.36 

3,106.75 

643.57 


35,520.70 
22,634.69 
29,975.76 


4,242.44 
3,806.61 
1,659.26 


5,964.78 

4,348.12 

423.26 


55,768.46 
54,689.11 
15,068.12 


12,359.55 


138.13 


347.14 


5,996.08 


1,114.65 


798.20 


3,045.33 


49,989.65 




1,250.00 




2,569.50 


140,902.11 
















488,947.49 

6,625.72 
7,256.07 


11,993.47 
595.70 


20,952.28 

2,000.15 

3,000.00 

404.73 


199,112.40 
9,007.15 


28,401.89 

2,636.50 

1,500.00 

822.59 


3,558,950.04 

35,660.41 

189,413.8,0 

104,154.19 

87,102.10 

53,577.18 

1,166,493.19 

1,610.22 


28,305.61 
71.46 


361,536.72 

34,119.46 
86,000.00 


24,481.85 
19,691.36 


33.97 


6,006.70 
■215.01 


628.01 


2,366.47 

581.82 


118,443.02 










54,175.78 


177,293.67 
21,711.85 


10,780.94 


17,748.82 


139,319.79 
5,607.24 


7,289.53 
40.00 


17,807.19 
247.43 


233,803.35 
5,914.92 










864,451.03 


23,404.08 


44,105.98 


359,268.29 


40,690.51 


5,196,961.13 


47,059.70 


778,498.52 


















864,451.03 


23,404.08 


44,105.98 


359,268.29 


40,690.51 


5,196,961.13 


47,059.70 


778,498.52 


251,052.05 
52,398.02 


1,198.82 


4,872.78 
946.39 


35,231.22 
16.57 


7,562.81 
112.87 


1,175,184.11 
76,869.45 


4,732.82 
1,482.46 


74,369.66 
2,968.75 








43,828.20 




15.00 


5,607.24 


30.00 


754,203.83 


247.43 


5,914.92 








347,278.27 


1,198.82 


5,834.17 


40,855.03 


7,705.68 


2,006,257.39 


6,462.71 


83,253.33 


177,293.67 

114,273.60 

3,200.07 


10,780.94 
2,486.84 


'17,748.82 
6,401.14 


139,319.79 
34,003.37 


7,289.53 
3,320.36 


1,166,493.19 
453,594.97 
149,925.97 


17,807.19 
7,440.66 


233,803.35 

137,444.37 

13,310.74 
















294,767.34 


13,267.78 


24,149.96 


173,323.16 


10,609.89 


1,770,014.13 


25,247.85 


384,558.46 


47,947.95 
118,443.02 


6,301.18 


3,127.22 


34,801.22 


5,437.19 


814,815.92 

53,577.18 

552,296.51 


3,767.15 


53,015.97 
54,175.78 


56,014.45 


2,636.30 


10,994.63 


110,288.88 


16,937.75 


11,581.99 


203,494.98 


222,405.42 


8,937.48 


14,121.85 


145,090.10 


22,374.94 


1,420,689.61 


15,349.14 


310,686.73 


864,451.03 


23,404.08 


44,105.98 


359,268.29 


40,690.51 


5,196,961.13 


47,059.70 


778,498.52 


36.1 


9.5 


22.1 


18.6 


23.1 


38.3 


22.1 


5.9 



316 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
505 


York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$. c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,852,717.35 


Substation equipment 








20,847,086.56 


Distribution system — overhead 

D istribution system — underground 


7,368.71 


778,651.24 


6,932.37 


17,090,972.20 
5,621,403.79 


Line transformers 


1,383.85 

2,348.24 

289.62 




1,643.52 

2,316.77 

471.82 


8,286,724.95 


Meters 




7,029,718.93 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


49,545.94 


1,750,469.86 
1,464,306.73 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


805.20 


19,070.96 


269.97 


3,522,907.29 

14,744.74 


Old plant 






150.00 


4,378,768.15 


Plant not distributed 






200,000.00 












Total plant 


12,195.62 
176.17 


847,268.14 
76,132.01 


11,784.45 

1,173.93 
2,000.00 

28.25 


79,059,820.55 


Bank and cash balance 


1,682,906.63 


Securities and investments 


812,616.45 


Accounts receivable 


143.04 


14,260.21 


3,335,965.59 


Inventories 


979,113.97 


Sinking fund on local debentures... 








7,949,800.32 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


4,964.31 
35.00 




8,299.79 


25,955,262.41 


Other assets 


20,186.71 


279,437.27 








Total assets 


17,514.14 
2,126.42 


957,847.07 


23,286.42 


120,054,923.19 


Deficit 


15,663.83 










Total 


19,640.56 


957,847.07 


23,286.42 


120,070,587.02 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


843.94 
84.61 


385,098.50 
60,968.81 


3,558.52 
69.87 


35,699,558.87 


Accounts payable 


2,798,729.54 


Bank overdraft 


63,308.13 


Other liabilities : 


35.00 




20.00 


3,597,108.21 








Total liabilities 


963.55 


446,067.31 


3,648.39 


42,158,704.75 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


4,964.31 
4,856.64 




8,299.79 
4,409.70 


25,955,262.41 


For depreciation ! 


169,047.76 


14,444,891.96 


Other reserves.. 


1,554,057.00 












Total reserves 


9,820.95 


169,047.76 


12,709.49 


41,954,211.37 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


8,856.06 


214,901.50 


2,033.09 


17,487,842.97 


Local sinking fund 


7,949,800.32 


Operating surplus 




127,830.50 


4,895.45 


10,520,027.61 








Total surplus 


8,856.06 


342,732.00 


6,928.54 


35,957,670.90 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


19,640.56 


957,847.07 


23,286.42 


120,070,587.02 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


7.7 


46.6 


24.3 


38.7 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Alliston 
1,379 


Arthur 
1,036 


Barrie 

7,686 


Beaverton 
989 


Beeton 
601 


Bradford 
1,060 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Canning- 
ton 

864 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,199.11 
15,285.02 
57,199.97 
66,437.67 
43,667.83 
41,749.91 
12,063.80 


$ c. 
299.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


} 675.73 




428.50 
11,733.25 


388.50 
19,385.72 






26,672.86 


17,202.27 


21,237.62 


1,789.59 


10,105.77 


7,039.73 
7,247.34 
1,522.69 


3,980.80 

3,427.20 

767.21 


7,112.69 
6,013.08 
1,173.58 


2,188.63 
2,042.19 
1,169.54 


4,072.65 

3,974.55 

544.95 


1,126.71 
726.95 
212.44 


4,228.88 

4,277.82 

924.69 


2,691.02 


381.92 


7,293.81 


2,548.51 


1,433.38 


1,828.94 


553.28 


750.66 


7,846.49 


1,086.62 


42,634.32 


3,772.42 








3,609.37 




























53,695.86 

1,815.79 


26,846.02 
376.97 


300,531.44 
2,195.12 


42,157.40 

1,378.72 

9,000.00 

1,407.27 

22.44 


18,995.49 
1,562.37 


30,195.31 

1,921.09 

1,000.00 

3,199.33 

7.19 


4,408.97 
803.82 


23,897.19 

730.26 
1,326.62 


1,775.93 


170.30 
48.96 


12,539.09 
142.98 


623.71 
14.96 


798.41 
16.32 


1,034.44 
140.83 






12,801.88 


11,941.01 


82,793.94 


13,313.97 
378.20 


9,678.86 


10,737.95 
199.73 


5,143.14 
21.85 


10,006.32 
5.00 












70,089.46 


39,383.26 
12,190.43 


398,202.57 


67,658.00 


30,875.39 

1,275.88 


47,260.60 


11,192.51 


37,140.66 














70,089.46 


51,573.69 


398,202.57 


67,658.00 


32,151.27 


47,260.60 


11,192.51 


37,140.66 


24,503.15 


16,879.50 
3,031.34 


23,979.17 

7,310.68 

11,500.00 

3.00 


6,023.76 
27.70 


9,658.81 
657.54 


17,294.52 
621.66 


2,049 07 
278.46 


7,325.30 
142.10 










378.20 




.199.73 


21.85 


5.00 










24,503.15 


19,910.84 


42,792.85 


6,429.66 


10,316.35 


18,115.91 


2,349.38 


7,472.40 


12,801.88 
14,581.34 


11,941.01 
11,601.34 


82,793.94 

66,202.51 

600.00 


13,313.97 
12,265.92 


9,678.86 
6,814.87 


10,737.95 
8,294.44 


5,143.14 
1,795.24 


10,006.32 
8,040.25 
















27,383. ?,?, 


23,542.35 


149,596.45 


25,579.89 


16,493.73 


19,032.39 


6,938.38 


18,046.57 


15,496.85 


8,120.50 


84,020.83 


8,976.24 


5,341.19 


7,905.48 


1,161.85 


7,674.70 


2,706.24 




121,792.44 


26,672.21 




2,206.82 


742.90 


3.946.99 










18,203.09 


8,120.50 


205,813.27 


35,648.45 


5,341.19 


10,112.30 


1,904.75 


11,621.69 


70,089.46 


51,573.69 


398,202.57 


67,658.00 


32,151.27 


47,260.60 


11,192.51 


37,140.66 


42.8 


72.6 


13.6 


11.8 


48.7 


49.6 


38.8 


27.5 



318 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments. of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Chats- 
worth 
308 


Chesley 
1,762 


Coldwater 
632 


Colling- 
wood 
5,536 


Cooks- 


Population 


town 
P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
229.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
275.00 


$ c. 
15,950.08 
11,203.24 
48,140.54 


$ c. 
60.00 


Substation equipment 


595.98 
19,951.45 


392.95 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


4,907.52 


7,719.76 


9,136.76 


Line transformers 


1,618.38 

1,493.72 

529.17 


6,809.24 
6,798.83 
1,201.48 


2,779.67 

2,932.65 

440.68 


17,032.06 

22,218.00 

2,876.90 


2,232.60 


Meters 


2,181.33 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


701.86 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


400.80 


3,359.32 


196.92 


1,629.00 


1,520.03 


Old plant 




5,503.60 


















Total plant 


9,178.59 
761.43 


44,219.90 

233.84 

10,000.00 

3,559.63 

202.47 


14,344.68 

2,266.99 
4,000.00 
1,567.62 


119,049.82 

2,169.94 

17,000.00 

2,205.56 

499.51 


16,225.53 


Bank and cash balance 


4,227.42 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


1,005.42 

16.73 

3,415.04 

2,539.52 


658.19 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems .. 


21,170.73 


8,211.40 
56.00 


88,206.95 
1,850.86 


3,019.34 


Other assets 


5.00 










Total assets 


16,916.73 


79,386.57 


30,446.69 


230,982.64 


24,135.48 


Deficit 
















Total 


16,916.73 


79,386.57 


30,446.69 


230,982.64 


24,135.48 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,514.03 
28.95 


2,986.21 
1,665.71 


3,348.33 
86.69 


21.14 


6,255.13 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 






56.00 


1,850.86 


5.00 










Total liabilities 


4,542.98 


4,651.92 


3,491.02 


1,872.00 


6,260.13 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


2,539.52 

2,250.06 


21,170.73 
15,066.48 


8,211.40 
7,468.44 


88,206.95 
44,706.19 


3,019.34 
6,191.61 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


4,789.58 


36,237.21 


15,679.84 


132,913.14 


9,210.95 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


885.97 
3,415.04 
3,283.16 


24,513.79 


3,651.67 


38,183.42 


7,244.87 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


13,983.65 


7,624.16 


58,014.08 


1,419.53 






Total surplus 


7,584.17 


38,497.44 


11,275.83 


96,197.50 


8,664.40 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


16,916.73 


79,386.57 


30,446.69 


230,982.64 


24,135.48 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


10.3 


8.0 


15.7 


1.2 


29.6 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



319 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Creamore 
620 


Dundalk 
650 


Durham 

1,776 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
488 


Grand 

Valley 

589 


Graven- 
hurst 
1,956 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

56.59 

546.02 

21,837.80 


$ c. 
106.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c. 
3,526.17 










5,318.56 


7,291.01 


7,729.67 


8,318.74 


4,812.76 


5,446.88 


11,341.14 


26,032.08 


3,171.36 

3,021.57 

295.27 


3,351.56 

2,489.42 
1,082.10 


7,073.30 
7,003.17 
1,408.66 


3,959.64 

3,354.17 

447.17 


803.88 

1,014.08 

302.28 


1,692.52 

2,214.59 

720.51 


2,179.63 

2,778.98 
503.83 


8,257.65 
9,682.02 
4,102.71 


279.27 


393.38 


1,483.58 


578.53 


1,093.62 


928.25 


205.70 


2,135.75 


3,433.74 


380.94 


2,091.39 


2,273.07 






919.85 


28,055.29 










17,492.22 
468.02 


15,427.07 

944.12 

3,000.00 

257.17 

21.80 


41,500.51 


19,037.57 

3,751.47 


8,026.62 

718.55 

1,500.00 

321.39 


11,002.75 
3,402.02 


17,965.63 

2,831.96 

2,128.60 

270.65 

43.66 


87,110.23 
2,123.79 




7,000.00 

3,001.57 

38.94 




898.24 
4.89 


857.40 
30.60 


284.95 
39.16 


8,145.13 
909.23 




409.92 
2,324.56 


8,449.46 


7,381.27 


7,148.60 


19,769.43 


9,812.03 


4,056.95 


7,271.13 


13,959.51 


















26,244.64 


26,798.76 


71,310.45 


33,489.07 


13,301.04 


18,785.83 


30,511.63 


120,697.35 


















26,244.64 


26,798.76 


71,310.45 


33,489.07 


13,301.04 


18,785.83 


30,511.63 


120,697.35 




398.16 
5.64 


1,868.46 
21.79 

389.81 


2,943.07 

512.85 


2,165.82 


3,483.41 
84.65 


1,758.27 
93.37 


10,559.46 


995.94 


864.38 






































995.94 


403.80 


2,280.06 


3,455.92 


2,165.82 


3,568.06 


1,851.64 


11,423.84 


7,381.27 
3,558.29 


7,148.60 
4,149.19 


19,769.43 
11,342.40 


9,812.03 

7,202.24 


2,324.56 
2,983.86 


4,056.95 
3,790.27 


7,271.13 
5,693.44 


13,959.51 

17,571.99 

1,500.00 


















10,939.56 


11,297.79 


31,111.83 


17,014.27 


5,308.42 


7,847.22 


12,964.57 


33,031.50 


6,500.00 


5,938.74 


23,931.54 


4,056.93 


5,034.18 
409.92 

382.70 


3,216.59 


9,241.73 


53,408.95 
8,449.46 


7,809.14 


9,158.43 


13,987.02 


8,961.95 


4,153.96 


6,453.69 


14,383.60 


14,309.14 


15,097.17 


37,918.56 


13,018.88 


5,826.80 


7,370.55 


15,695.42 


76,242.01 


26,244.64 


26,798.76 


71,310.45 


33,489.07 


13,301.04 


18,785.83 


30,511.63 


120,697.35 


5.3 


2.1 


4.4 


14.6 


16.6 


24.2 


8.0 


3.0 



320 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Hanover 
3,039 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,563 


Kincardine 
2,511 


Kirkfield 


Population 


P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

3,001.32 

9,271.19 

49,001.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 

353.52 

647.30 

13,384.06 


$ c. 

6,389.46 

2,794.20 

42,627.03 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






D istribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


2,102.68 


5,130.67 


Line transformers 


16,825.46 

15,493.16 

2,326.30 


571.82 
544.92 
168.69 


6,875.72 
8,748.51 
2,262.52 


10,962.45 

10,780.58 

5,318.52 


557.90 


Meters 


722.75 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


379.00 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,252.75 


205.93 


522.60 


5,361.61 


301.53 


Old plant 


2,370.91 




5,436.20 














Total plant 


103,542.12 

4,598.71 

26,404.72 

4,501.00 

180.15 


3,594.04 
74.39 


38,230.43 

6,346.80 

12,570.79 

1,258.29 

2,014.47 


84,233.85 
50.00 


7,091.85 


Bank and cash balance 


546.92 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


85.92 
62.15 


642.62 

888.20 


634.71 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


50,548.25 


2,325.71 


34,460.79 
642 . 50 


21,703.66 
21.54 


1,931.25 


Other assets 












Total assets 


189,774.95 


6,142.21 
4,958.66 


95,524.07 


107,539.87 


10,204.73 


Deficit 


1,524.01 












Total 


189,774.95 


11,100.87 


95,524.07 


107,539.87 


11,728.74 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


28,498.00 
3,050.76 




1,666.16 
516.15 


27,750.07 
860.35 
580.23 


2,203.71 


Accounts payable 


4,776.93 


1,586.06 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 






642.50 














Total liabilities 


31,548.76 


4,776.93 


2,824.81 


29,190.65 


3,789.77 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems.... 
For depreciation 


50,548.25 
39,268.51 


2,325.71 
1,236.18 


34,460.79 
12,904.85 


21,703.66 
17,699.93 


1,931.25 
2,211.43 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


89,816.76 


3,561.89 


47,365.64 


39,403.59 


4,142.68 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


59,002.00 


2,762.05 


19,467.38 


36,449.93 


3,796.29 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


9,407.43 




25,866.24 


2,495.70 










Total surplus 


68,409.43 


2,762.05 


45,333.62 


38,945.63 


3,796.29 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


189,774.95 


11,100.87 


95,524.07 


107,539.87 


11,728.74 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


22.7 


125.2 


4.6 


34.0 


45.8 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Lucknow 
964 


Markdale 
792 


Meaford 

2,687 


Midland 
6,925 


Mildmay 
714 


Mount 
Forest 
1,839 


Neustadt 

458 


Orange- 
ville 

2,785 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,104.93 

2,404.45 

30,617.99 


$ c. 
19,983.57 
85,096.20 
94,109.36 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,725.00 

686.75 

22,761.55 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,585.07 




780.80 
10,387.33 






1,169.00 


17,134.20 


6,016.98 


9,970.79 


32,489.12 


4,554.12 
4,779.42 
1,391.17 


4,151.74 
3,497.17 
1,314.08 


7,596.22 
7,436.55 
3,215.81 


23,094.86 
36,598.27 
18,735.40 


1,657.05 

2,287.72 
502.80 


6,492.49 
7,402.37 
2,302.55 


3,634.93 

2,017.85 

496.41 


8,154.49 

11,702.17 

7,532.55 


2,632.06 


658.93 


2,174.25 


4,885.00 


860.47 


2,094.00 


1,521.48 


6,373.39 




2,080.65 


3,476.43 




849.00 


3,810.95 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 






30,490.97 
2,063.04 


22,870.70 

1,810.91 

1,255.13 

1,434.60 

35.00 


58,026.63 

3,312.77 

16,853.60 

2,174.40 

58.36 


282,502.66 

75.00 

29,000.00 

22,849.24 

3,834.85 


12,174.02 
2,746.68 


49,275.66 


18,739.06 
108.56 


73,210.78 
5,331.15 


4,500.00 


4,000.00 

2,109.87 

143.00 


2,500.00 


1,978.96 


832.60 
35.10 


55.48 

27.72 


2,289.45 
303.18 






10,495.63 


5,733.33 


14,752.42 
949.05 


137,711.90 


550.29 


18,334.63 


6,056.57 


24,348.09 
















49,528.60 


33,139.67 


96,127.23 


475,973.65 


16,338.69 


73,863.16 


24,987.39 
18,387.61 


107,982.65 
















49,528.60 


33,139.67 


96,127.23 


475,973.65 


16,338.69 


73,863.16 


43,375.00 


107,982.65 


9,783.62 
1,312.21 


5,157.38 
656.96 


34,814.09 


25,570.31 
287.70 

30,496.09 
760.54 


11,895.23 


11,051.50 

250.00 

1,043.58 


5,702.32 
13,335.78 


5,581.96 
1,033.31 












20.00 


949.05 


















11,095.83 


5,834.34 


35,763.14 


57,114.64 


11,895.23 


12,345.08 


19,038.10 


6,615.27 


10,495.63 

5,882.57 


5,733.33 
5,342.15 


14,752.42 
10,313.60 


137,711.90 

120,352.72 

2,000.00 


550.29 
421.00 


18,334.63 
15,527.12 


6,056.57 
6,982.65 


24,348.09 
21,421.64 
















16,378.20 


11,075.48 


25,066.02 


260,064.62 


971.29 


33,861.75 


13,039.22 


45,769.73 


9,939.74 


3,842.62 


14,546.11 


86,499.68 


408.27 


19,907.10 


11,297.68 


30,318.04 


12,114.83 


12,387.23 


20,751.96 


72,294.71 


3,063.90 


7,749.23 




25,279.61 








22,054.57 


16,229.85 


35,298.07 


158,794.39 


3,472.17 


27,656.33 


11,297.68 


55,597.65 


49,528.60 


33,139.67 


96,127.23 


475,973.65 


16,338.69 


73,863.16 


43,375.00 


107,982.65 


28.4 


21.3 


44.0 


16.9 


75.3 


22.2 


100.6 


7.9 



11— H. E. 



322 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Owen 
Sound 
12,894 


Paisley 
713 


Penetang- 

uishene 

4,352 


Port 
Elgin 
1,351 


Port 


Population 


McNicoll 
880 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

25,978.31 

12,919.97 

107,412.59 


$' c. 


$ c. 

2,262.10 

7,076.39 

41,407.57 


$ c. 
111.25 


$ c. 
369.08 


Substation equipment 


1,933.26 
11,562.78 




Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


25,361.21 


7,805.88 


Line transformers 


46,325.69 
55,917.96 
27,609.38 


1,602.53 
2,958.69 
1,045.51 


15,661.52 

13,848.72 

3,511.38 


5,785.56 
6,137.25 
2,057.10 


1,421.48 


Meters 


2,527.13 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


450.93 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,482.75 
33,282.00 


869.45 


1,410.69 


575.76 


649.25 


Old plant 


1,745.00 




4,213.00 












Total plant 


312,928.65 
17,559.76 


21,717.22 

1,160.96 

2,500.00 

989.97 


85,178.37 


44,241.13 

5,676.90 

10,000.00 

1,187.36 


13,223.75 


Bank and cash balance 


39.23 


Securities and investments... 


1,016.65 

6,275.80 

334.71 




Accounts receivable 


24,394.29 
9,185.40 


664.01 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


115,170.28 


6,068.38 


39,550.40 


2,772.37 


3,726.13 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


479,238.38 


32,436.53 


132,355.93 


63,877.76 


17,653.12 


Deficit 
















Total....! 


479,238.38 


32,436.53 


132,355.93 


63,877.76 


17,653.12 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




9,308.10 
30.37 


13,853.27 

6,448.03 

845.41 

37.50 


36,525.67 
3,370.21 


1,556.15 


Accounts payable 


88.47 


758.63 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


2,854.72 




20.00 










Total liabilities 


2,943.19 


9,338.47 


21,184.21 


39,915.88 


2,314.78 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. .. 
For depreciation 


115,170.28 
62,577.61 


6,068.38 
4,114.52 


39,550.40 
32,516.86 


2,772.37 
3,055.18 


3,726.13 
4,384.29 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


177,747.89 


10,182.90 


72,067.26 


5,827.55 


8,110.42 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


141,000.00 


6,691.90 


27,146.73 


5,474.33 


5,743.85 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


157,547.30 


6,223.26 


11,957.73 


12,660.00 


1,484.07 






Total surplus 


298,547.30 


12,915.16 


39,104.46 


18,134.33 


7,227.92 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


479,238.38 


32,436.53 


132,355.93 


63,877.76 


17,653.12 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


0.8 


35.4 


22.8 


65.3 


16.6 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Port 
Perry 
1,104 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
465 


Rosseau 
286 


Shelburne 
1,121 


Southamp- 
ton 
1,356 


Stayner 
995 


Sunderland 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
68.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

800.00 

566.60 

14,735.46 


$ c. 
25.00 

20,157.66 


$ c. 


$ c. 


2,564.65 






200.00 
12,745:53 




19,042.38 


4,717.36 


9,975.19 


7,118.65 


4,151.87 


4,676.69 
4,056.46 
1,037.90 


702.86 
380.00 
139.88 


3,551.90 

1,458.83 

844.33 


2,204.63 

1,051.87 

451.87 


6,265.47 
6,538.06 
1,059.60 


5,868.54 
7,025.34 
1,958.73 


5,603.35 

5,295.47 

966.80 


1,365.63 
2,040.94 

627.74 


159.38 


833.90 


1,198.39 


1,126.07 


2,263.26 


1,046.26 


326.63 


211.49 










739.50 


2,077.00 


4,132.41 


2,030.00 












31,537.46 

988.50 
10,000.00 


6,842.00 
256.65 


17,028.64 
1,108.07 


11,953.09 

1,318.01 


32,967.95 

1,464.78 

2,500.00 

795.03 

55.58 


38,158.53 
2,733.20 


29,270.19 

1,171.89 
4,000.00 
1,105.75 


10,427.67 

175.05 
1,000.00 


1,262.07 
17.28 


135.37 
1.22 


558.87 
25.90 


786.76 
9.36 


1,920.73 


646.69 

15.20 










8,939.00 
363.26 


966.59 


4,390.87 


1,149.44 


11,269.10 


2,790.45 


9,696.14 
75.20 


6,707.68 
6.00 
















53,107.57 


8,201.83 
7,660.58 


23,112.35 


15,216.66 


49,052.44 


45,602.91 


45,319.17 


18,978.29 
















53,107.57 


15,8,62.41 


23,112.35 


15,216.66 


49,052.44 


45,602.91 


45,319.17 


18,978.29 


14,168.95 
8.32 


2,572.41 
6,130.52 


9,984.68 


12,646.60 

74.98 


2,917.36 
37.25 


21,488.21 
4.20 


799.63 
872.94 


2,773.16 
40.83 








363.26 




95.00 






, .74 


75.20 


6.00 












14,540.53 


8,702.93 


10,079.68 


12,721.58 


2,954.61 


21,493.15 


1,747.77 


2,819.99 


8,939.00 
6,531.31 


966.59 
1,765.30 


4,390.87 
3,452.46 


1,149.44 
654.47 
187.30 


11,269.10 
10,767.27 


2,790.45 

2,548.73 


9,696.14 

9,882.87 


6,707.68 
3,463.60 
















15,470.31 


2,731.89 


7,843.33 


1,991.21 


22,036.37 


5,339.18 


19,579.01 


10,171.28 


5,712.71 


4,427.59 


3,987.26 


353.40 


17,002.64 


11,511.79 


13,200.37 


4,026.84 


17,384.02 




1,202.08 


150.47 


7,058.82 


7,258.79 


10,792.02 


1,960.18 








23,096.73 


4,427.59 


5,189.34 


503.87 


24,061.46 


18,770.58 


23,992.39 


5,987.02 


53,107.57 


15,862.41 


23,112.35 


15,216.66 


49,052.44 


45,602.91 


45,319.17 


18,978.29 


32.9 


120.3 


53.9 


90.4 


7.8 


50.2 


4.9 


23.0 



324 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality . . 


Tara 
505 


Teeswater 
796 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 
556 


Uxbridge 


Population 


1,512 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
40.00 


Substation equipment 




330.31 
16,987.54 




358.50 
8,107.22 


2,657.65 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


11,112.22 


6,403.82 


13,434.36 


Line transformers 


2,176.95 

1,739.29 

430.59 


4,760.65 
3,315.65 
1,406.90 


860.41 
817.56 
381.95 


1,117.48 

2,109.02 

460.17 


3,898.53 


Meters 


4,510.81 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,259.64 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,269.05 


1,894.49 


300.35 


1,278.13 


897.92 


Old plant 




4,976.86 




286.45 












Total plant 


16,728.10 
691.48 


33,672.40 

889.67 

1,000.00 

582.92 

16.73 


8,764.09 
612.65 


13,716.97 
758.33 


26,698.91 


Bank and cash balance 




Securities and investments 


8,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


590.64 
40.80 


59.13 


218.96 


1,823.56 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures... 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems. 


5,155.34 


7,178.07 


1,994.06 


6,276.06 
185.27 


9,595.22 


Other assets 














Total assets 


23,206.36 
3,434.30 


43,339.79 


11,429.93 
4,001.83 


21,155.59 
3,573.06 


46,117.69 


Deficit 










Total 


26,640.66 


43,339.79 


15,431.76 


24,728.65 


46,117.69 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,502.99 


10,950.62 
800.36 


2,938.78 
1,899.70 


7,225.57 
276.55 


10,827.96 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 




764.00 


Other liabilities 




16.00 




185.27 


30.15 










Total liabilities 


4,502.99 


11,766.98 


4,838.48 


7,687.39 


11,622.11 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


5,155.34 
5,985.32 


7,178.07 
4,986.13 


1,994.06 
4,038.00 


6,276.06 
5,023.67 


9,595.22 
5,055.64 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


11,140.66 


12,164.20 


6,032.06 


11,299.73 


14,650.86 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,997.01 


17,049.38 


4,561.22 


5,741.53 


5,379.63 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 




2,359.23 






14,465.09 












Total surplus 


10,997.01 


19,408.61 


4,561.22 


5,741.53 


19,844.72 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


26,640.66 


43,339.79 


15,431.76 


24,728.65 


46,117.69 


Percentage of net debt to totial assets 


24.9 


32.5 


51.3 


51.7 


31.8 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Victoria 

Harbor 

1,126 


Walkerton 
2,370 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 

1,815 


Winder- 
mere 
130 


Wingham 
1,923 


Wood- 
ville 
420 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

9,163.34 

4,863.91 

40,474.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
110,898.15 












171,155.63 


8,616.56 


40,708.81 


6,985.02 


21,293.08 


9,190.19 


2,989.66 


1,156,223.31 
66,437.67 


1,278.18 

2,302.00 

366.32 


10,877.32 

10,971.29 

2,513.25 


1,907.40 

1,938.82 

221.79 


5,554.58 
5,810.89 
1,960.48 


2,908.65 

1,002.87 

247.26 


15,868.55 

14,486.02 

3,430.56 


2,127.54 

2,179.77 

217.55 


383,880.75 
409,073.72 
133,594.93 


207.60 


2,213.76 


361.89 


5,467.15 


496.50 


4,613.19 
14,711.99 
12,320.02 


314.93 


97,997.91 
47,993.99 


500.00 


4,897.60 




3,242.00 




2,182.50 


167,276.17 










13,270.66 
310.12 


72,182.03 
6,249.07 


11,414.92 
1,622.17 


43,528.18 

267.17 

2,000.00 

1,781.97 

23.26 


13,845.47 
659.10 


119,932.33 

2,378.27 
7,000.00 
5,026.37 
3,510.83 


10,011.95 

1,149.27 

5,000.00 

961.82 


2,744,532.23 

110,988.92 
207,056.11 


894.14 


2,828.16 
536.22 


368.24 
13.80 


640.63 


141,927.78 
23,569.14 








12,274.42 


4,051.13 


5,485.64 


2,305.71 


4,406.07 


938.52 


20,605.32 


6,721.22 


968,150.20 
4,759.46 
















18,526.05 


87,281.12 


15,724.84 


52,006.65 


16,083.72 


158,453.12 


23,844.26 


4,213,258.26 
57,006.36 


















18,526.05 


87,281.12 


15,724.84 


52,006.65 


16,083.72 


158,453.12 


23,844.26 


4,270,264.62 


515.57 
68.65 


56,993.60 


287.82 
17.50 


35,081.31 
1.98 


6,159.25 
6,428.27 


33,472.52 


2,623.97 

87.74 


617,842.13 
71,562.30 








45,619.12 




5.00 




20.00 


345.00 


. 430.00 




9,375.57 










584.22 


56,998.60 


305.32 


35,103.29 


12,932.52 


33,902.52 


2,711.71 


744,399.12 


4,051.13 
4,086.92 


5,485.64 
3,848.00 


2,305.71 
2,423.57 


4,406.07 
2,792.94 


938.52 

1,181.88 
210.47 


20,605.32 
25,249.56 


6,721.22 

2,308.72 


968,150.20 
733,829.54 
















8,138.05 


9,333.64 


4,729.28 


7,199.01 


2,330.87 


45,854.88 


9,029.94 


1,706,477.51 


5,984.43 


6,006.40 


3,212.18 


2,318.69 


399.01 


62,632.98 


2,876.03 


996,180.81 
12,274.42 


3,819.35 


14,942.48 


7,478.06 


7,385.66 


421.32 


16,062.74 


9,226.58 


810,932.76 


9,803.78 


20,948.88 


10,690.24 


9,704.35 


820.33 


78,695.72 


12,102.61 


1,819,387.99 


18,526.05 


87,281.12 


15,724.84 


52,006.65 


16,083.72 


158,453.12 


23,844.26 


4,270,264.62 


4.0 


69.7 


2.3 


73.7 


85.4 


24.6 


15.8 


22.6 



326 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alexandria 
1,928 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
652 


Bath 
355 


Belleville 


Population 


14,012 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
169.06 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36,108.70 


Substation equipment 








2,338.65 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


28,034.19 


2,886.41 


13,972.80 


5,818.50 


106,526.64 


Line transformers 


8,333.04 
6,900.32 
2,224.20 


1,288.37 

1,000.21 

421.12 


1,757.05 

2,555.40 

698.90 


1,011.93 
690.71 
554.37 


23,903.92 


Meters 


56,330.02 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


17,298.08 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,099.23 


210.33 


1,011.61 


727.38 


4,390.86 


Old plant 


4,466.89 


709.55 
















Total plant 


55,057.87 

5,785.00 
5,000.00 
2,877.32 


6,685.05 
335.11 


19,995.76 

455.25 
2,000.00 

2,074.88 


8,802.89 
126.56 


246,896.87 


Bank and cash balance 


21,600.88 


Securities and investments 


5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


308.90 


20.90 


35,118.03 


Inventories 


6,882.49 


Sinking fund on local debentures 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems .. 


19,183.90 


1,883.92 


2,888.80 


659.22 


73,972.50 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


87,904.09 


9,212.98 
256.46 


27,414.69 


9,609.57 
259.44 


389,470.77 


Deficit 












Total 


87,904.09 


9,469.44 


27,414.69 


9,869.01 


389,470.77 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


17,149.84 
5,737.15 


3,026.50 
92.26 


11,234.33 

388.00 


7,057.99 
1,169.79 


37,000.00 


Accounts payable 


339.10 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


386.23 






44.00 


7,450.89 










Total liabilities 


23,273.22 


3,118.76 


11,622.33 


8,271.78 


44,789.99 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


19,183.90 

11,784.76 

550.00 


1,883.92 
1,493.26 


2,888.80 

2,409.75 

37.89 


659.22 
496.00 


73,972.50 
25,051.64 


Other reserves 


1,373.29 










Total reserves 


31,518.66 


3,377.18 


5,336.44 


1,155.22 


100,397.43 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


30,984.00 


2,973.50 


2,765.67 


442.01 


139,000.00 






Operating surplus 


2,128.21 




7,690.25 




105,283.35 










Total surplus 


33,112.21 


2,973.50 


10,455.92 


442.01 


244,283.35 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


87,904.09 


9,469.44 


27,414.69 


9,869.01 


389,470.77 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


33.9 


42.5 


47.4 


92.4 


14.2 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



327 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Bloomfield 
619 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,626 


Brighton 
1,442 


Brockville 
9,654 


Cardinal 
1,395 


Carleton 
Place 

4,272 


Chesterville 
970 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

45,295.14 

1,000.87 

85,340.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,255.32 

2,471.63 

41,989.66 


$ c. 
250.00 


410.00 










11,121.71 


43,954.11 


14,582.03 


11,616.99 


7,946.71 


2,230.77 

2,724.61 

908.20 


7,599.91 

17,166.45 

2,921.51 


4,157.45 

6,486.55 

821.98 


36,665.83 
43,031.49 
22,615.59 


2,743.16 
2,361.22 

385.27 


11,101.56 

16,393.45 

6,663.28 


3,245.64 

4,195.17 

526.97 


1,403.42 


2,368.39 


223.84 


2,865.62 

54,960.86 

4,821.76 


728.63 


3,504.89 


658.08 








3,474.80 


5,293.19 












18,798.71 
99.15 


74,010.37 
15,607.75 


26,271.85 
25.00 


296,597.75 

200.00 

115,000.00 

20,480.45 

2,551.04 


21,310.07 
1,639.92 


93,672.98 

9,608.89 

20,000.00 

9,189.84 

834.36 


16,822.57 

473.11 
9,000.00 


25.95 


10,027.40 
2,303.30 


5,565.63 
5,198.11 


1,099.57 


662.92 
564.34 








3,033.08 


17,224.43 


4,882.72 


99,600.06 


1,842.06 


44,659.69 


18,262.73 
















21,956.89 


119,173.25 


41,943.31 


534,429.30 


25,891.62 


177,965.76 


45,785.67 
















21,956.89 


119,173.25 


41,943.31 


534,429.30 


25,891.62 


177,965.76 


45,785.67 


6,774.11 


58,742.95 


21,666.62 




13,044.78 


41,087.30 
31.61 


922.78 


184.89 


7,423.76 

5,897.61 

63.00 


31.10 






1,151.02 

94.78 






27.00 


714.00 




784.52 










6,986.00 


59,456.95 


22,912.42 


13,384.37 


13,044.78 


41,903.43 


953.88 


3,033.08 
4,477.96 


17,224.43 
4,822.50 


4,882.72 
2,257.55 


99,600.06 
80,543.25 
10,291.15 


1,842.06 
1,266.80 


44,659.69 

10,706.39 

1,467.14 


18,262.73 
7,876.34 












7,511.04 


22,046.93 


7,140.27 


190,434.46 


3,108.86 


56,833.22 


26,139.07 


4,425.89 


12,257.05 


3,333.38 


226,657.54 


1,955.22 


24,912.70 


5,577.22 


3,033.96 


25,412.32 


8,557.24 


103,952.93 


7,782.76 


54,316.41 


13,115.50 


7,459.85 


37,669.37 


11,890.62 


330,610.47 


9,737.98 


79,229.11 


18,692.72 


21,956.89 


119,173.25 


41,943.31 


534,429.30 


25,891.62 


177,965.76 


45,785.67 


36.4 


58.3 


61.9 


3.1 


54.2 


31.0 


3.5 



328 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
S YSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cobourg 
5,556 


Colborne 
1,040 


Deseronto 
1,399 


Finch 
393 


Hastings 


Population 


753 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


1,668.35 
65,066.47 




161.18 
9,716.54 






D istribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


8,264.71 


7,467.30 


14,157.12 


Line transformers 


16,116.92 

24,965.76 

8,410.08 


676.54 
1,465.28 
1,321.40 


1,612.27 

4,771.27 

432.60 


1,393.35 

1,728.20 
435.62 


1,771.80 


Meters 


2,973.20 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,160.09 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


4,063.48 


2,465.45 


289.11 


23.24 


703.25 


Old plant 










1,733.13 














Total plant 


120,291.06 
21,705.22 


14,193.38 
2,111.42 


16,982.97 
2,948.07 


11,047.71 

61.43 
3,000.00 

452.48 


22,498.59 


Bank and cash balance 


440.95 


Securities and investments 


5,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


5,231.66 
2,674.15 


464.24 
389.76 


1,245.04 

814.78 


524 . 84 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.. 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


12,854.89 


754.03 


2,625.67 


2,086.80 


1,161.15 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


162,756.98 


17,912.83 


24,616.53 


16,648.42 


30,125.53 


Deficit 
















Total 


162,756.98 


17,912.83 


24,616.53 


16,648.42 


30,125.53 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


99,254.87 
611.55 


11,762.36 


9,332.89 


5,402.77 
477.21 


19,092.00 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


3,763.00 


181.00 


328.12 




86.00 








Total liabilities 


103,629.42 


11,943.36 


9,661.01 


5,879.98 


19,178.00 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


12,854.89 
6,248.12 


754.03 
408.00 


2,625.67 
1,289.92 


2,086.80 

1,340.60 

60.00 


1,161.15 
1,451.60 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


19,103.01 


1,162.03 


3,915.59 


3,487.40 


2,612.75 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


6,738.63 


432.23 


5,667.11 


1,597.23 


1,908.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


33,285.92 


4,375.21 


5,372.82 


5,683.81 


6,426.78 






Total surplus 


40,024.55 


4,807.44 


11,039.93 


7,281.04 


8,334.78 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


162,756.98 


17,912.83 


24,616.53 


16,648.42 


30,125.53 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


69.1 


69.6 


43.9 


40.4 


66.2 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Havelock 
1,249 


Kemptville 
1,227 


Kingston 
23,260 


Lakefield 
1,387 


Lanark 
623 


Lancaster 
575 


Lindsay 
6,963 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
185,763.47 

51,600.29 
167,935.59 
170,761.43 

59,688.54 
100,772.47 

72,368.22 


$ c. 
3,137.97 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,556.68 


572.90 








3,176.56 


19,560.23 


20,129.16 


21,935.50 


6,201.44 


6,439.01 


73,472.53 


2,402.18 
5,303.64 
1,844.93 


6,374.09 
6,496.99 
1,063.16 


5,466.60 
7,110.16 
1,876.16 


1,197.54 
1,835.39 

682.38 


962.35 

1,423.52 

650.65 


21,145.02 
30,296.73 
10,337.90 


4,590.91 


5,862.66 


46,293.11 
15,890.14 


3,757.38 


330.38 


1,068.55 


1,436.38 


2,420.45 




3,445.25 




















36,695.24 

1,048.31 
9,000.00 


39,926.06 

290.83 

20,000.00 

3,409.60 

1,050.01 


871,073.26 

26,676.13 

272,175.00 

34,674.96 

6,963.79 

16,182.00 


46,729.02 

1,255.19 
8,000.00 
1,205.86 


10,247.13 

952.04 

1,982.05 

525.58 


10,544.08 
607.93 


150,421.80 

11,949.45 
45,000.00 


366.34 


58.04 


6,162.69 
424.26 












6,524.31 


11,211.40 


5,859.80 


3,500.74 


4,670.12 


42,531.42 




2,854.37 
















53,634.20 


75,887.90 


1,230,599.51 


63,049.87 


17,207.54 


15,880.17 
6,313.34 


256,489.62 














53,634.20 


75,887.90 


1,230,599.51 


63,049.87 


17,207.54 


22,193.51 


256,489.62 


14,555.50 


17,596.78 
2,753.16 


77,490.01 
3,087.75 


25,104.82 


2,941.68 
28.39 


2,543.64 
. 4,783.52 


103,258.05 
33.87 












798.38 


420.96 




95.00 


1,843.89 










14,555.50 


20,349.94 


81,376.14 


25,525.78 


2,970.07 


7,422.16 


105,135.81 


6,524.31 


11,211.40 
7,620.24 




5,859.80 
10,803.07 


3,500.74 
2,030.25 


4,670.12 
2,674.45 


42,531.42 


7,793.77 


144,706.02 
205,138.68 


20,009.39 














14,318.08 


18,831.64 


349,844.70 


16,662.87 


5,530.99 


7,344.57 


62,540.81 


18,344.50 


7,403.22 


234,409.99 

16,182 00 

548,786.68 


8,395.18 


4,619.79 


7,426.78 


26,741.95 


6,416.12 


29,303.10 


12,466.04 


4,086.69 




62,071.05 








24,760.62 


36,706.32 


799,378.67 


20,861.22 


8,706.48 


7,426.78 


88,813.00 


53,634.20 


75,887.90 


1,230,599.51 


63,049.87 


17,207.54 


22,193.51 


256,489.62 


30.9 


31.5 


5.4 


44.6 


21.7 


65.9 


49.1 



330 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Madoc 
1,067 


Marmora 
1,015 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 


Population 


725 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
100.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 




407.79 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


10,613.58 


12,678.71 


2,709.88 


11,494.86 


Line transformers 


2,773.82 
4,823.51 
1,500.00 


2,378.99 
3,569.48 
1,284.09 


690.33 
871.51 
335.26 


1,540.96 


Meters 


2,465.30 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,605.64 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


203.30 


2,000.91 


653.27 


2,394.86 


Old plant 




573.62 














Total plant 


20,014.21 
2,740.53 


22,485.80 

4,437.79 
560.69 
673.85 


5,386.40 
174.46 


19,909.41 


Bank and cash balance 


876.20 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


909.98 


615.03 


651.74 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


3,123.48 


2,585.75 


1,194.97 


5,604.74 


Other assets 














Total assets 


26,788.20 


30,743.88 


7,370.86 
1,360.20 


27,042.09 


Deficit 












Total 


26,788.20 


30,743.88 


8,731.06 


27,042.09 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


493.35 


6,968.36 
174.64 




6,688.35 


Accounts payable 


51.10 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


94.00 


40.00 




55.00 








Total liabilities 


587.35 


7,183.00 


51.10 


6,743.35 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


3,123.48 
38.85 


2,585.75 
4,292.60 


1,194.97 

1,322.37 

162.62 


5,604.74 
4,117.30 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


3,162.33 


6,878.35 


2,679.96 


9,722.04 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


13,506.65 


10,697.75 


6,000.00 


9,311.65 






Operating surplus 


9,531.87 


5,984.78 




1,265.05 








Total surplus 


23,038.52 


16,682.53 


6,000.00 


10,576.70 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


26,788.20 


30,743.88 


8,731.06 


27,042.09 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


2.5 


25.5 


0.8 


31.5 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



331 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Napanee 

2,827 


Norwood 
868 


Omemee 
551 


Oshawa 
22,444 


Ottawa 
132,551 


Perth 
4,052 


Peterborough 

22,850 


$ c. 
2,495.14 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
56,776.03 


$ c. 
356,107.80 
706,403.51 
726,782.28 
173,164.85 
308,749.13 
274,361.60 
117,462.18 


$ c. 

5,101.01 

3,932.82 

47,128.69 


$ c. 
75,202.75 




457.53 

23,178.85 


360.32 
11,239.37 


98,652.41 


39,541.22 


184,826.61 


215,275.06 


8,069.18 

16,422.24 

3,957.70 


4,609.18 

4,822.00 
1,848.52 


2,676.00 

2,471.56 

667.86 


41,495.31 

98,871.03 
15,857.18 


22,427.35 

21,250.52 

4,157.07 


97,775.33 
94,908.79 
54,071.29 


2,762.59 


4,139.32 


1,540.92 


6,415.16 


33,307.59 


4,882.62 


52,450.46 




2,447.51 




8,831.65 




23,606.94 


29,771.74 










73,248.07 
8,706.94 


41,502.91 

3,513.23 

9,000.00 

192.34 


18,956.03 
2,683.72 


413,072.97 
18,547.76 


2,696,338.94 

32,728.07 

38,000.00 
102,693.49 

18,303.58 
667,485.50 

65,541.31 


132,487.02 

13,398.70 

36,084.67 

7,869.94 

7,787.00 


718,107.83 
330.00 


8,097.39 
4,143.52 


95.10 


60,403 81 
7,306.40 


29,796.26 
3,568.09 








249,030.17 


18,124.41 


3,155.66 




225,862.78 
108.32 


38,313.32 
246.11 


140,270.73 


















112,320.33 


57,364.14 


21,734.85 


725,302.04 


3,621,090.89 


236,186.76 


1,141,103.08 
















112,320.33 


57,364.14 


21,734.85 


725,302.04 


3,621,090.89 


236,186.76 


1,141,103.08 


32,533.28 


26,673.19 


3,197.79 


238,083.23 
37,078.52 


916,661.33 
38,251.52 


49,229.69 
200.00 


527,920.00 
13,651.24 








6,413.69 


524.84 


347.90 


65.00 


21,284.66 




2,109.14 


168.00 








33,058.12 


27,021.09 


3,262.79 


* 296,446.41 


954,912.85 


51,538.83 


548,152.93 


18,124.41 


3,155.66 
10,065.80 




225,862.78 
46,558.84 
17,449.93 


65,541.31 
958,387.56 
165,426.43 


38,313.32 
37,510.96 


140,270.73 


3,651.48 
3,042 . 69 


6,483.48 


105,349.74 
9,425.22 












24,818.58 


13,221.46 


6,483.48 


289,871.55 


1,189,355.30 


75,824.28 


255,045.69 


37,466.72 


10,426.81 


8,802.21 


71,916.77 


63,338.67 
667,485.50 
745,998.57 


59,170.31 






249,030.17 


16,976.91 


6,694.78 


3,186.37 


67,067.31 


49,653.34 


88,874.29 


54,443.63 


17,121.59 


11,988.58 


138,984.08 


1,476,822.74 


108,823.65 


337,904.46 


112,320.33 


57,364.14 


21,734.85 


725,302.04 


3,621,090.89 


236,186.76 


1,141,103.08 


35.1 


49.8 


15.0 


59.4 


9.9 


25.2 


39.8 



332 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Picton 
3,313 


Port Hope 
4,520 


Prescott 
3,083 


Richmond 
413 


Russell 


Population 


P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

10,806.23 

2,004.66 

39,572.57 


$ c. 
6,757.73 


$ c. 
2,761.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system— underground 


48,142.81 


38,951.00 


6,192.09 


7,745.13 


Line transformers 


12,677.58 

17,084.91 

4,275.67 


11,882.74 

19,516.20 

2,633.00 


13,747.50 

18,174.69 

2,080.97 


769.40 

1,208.91 

173.98 


1,382.48 


Meters 


1,521.67 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


509.24 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant.. . 


2,702.42 


1,095.61 


899.17 


642.54 


1,199.88 


Old plant ... 


3,105.28 




11,808.35 














Total plant 


92,229.32 

50.00 

14,000.00 

4,726.21 

3,733.99 


90,028.09 
4,866.02 


88,423.22 


8,986.92 
399.90 


12,358.40 


Bank and cash balance 


2,544.02 


Securities and investments 


3,000.00 
7,148.14 




Accounts receivable 


6,461.92 
1,273.26 


190.23 


218.91 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


24,810.58 
1,230.95 


22,519.90 


28,195.52 


1,143.40 


3,199.75 


Other assets 














Total assets 


140,781.05 


125,149.19 


126,766.88 


10,720.45 


18,321.08 


Deficit 
















Total 


140,781.05 


125,149.19 


126,766.88 


10,720.45 


18,321.08 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




20,910.51 
1,956.60 




5,267.59 


6,771.77 


Accounts payable 


2,452.00 
1,177.98 
1,186.00 


3,153.42 

810.82 
161.51 


31.98 


Bank overdratt 






Other liabilities 


3,371.85 


35.25 








Total liabilities 


4,815.98 


26,238.96 


4,125.75 


5,302.84 


6,803.75 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


24,810.58 

13,787.85 

1,401.01 


22,519.90 
7,169.44 


28,195.52 
32,687.29 


1,143.40 
1,041.92 

52.84 


3,199.75 
1,760.68 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


39,999.44 


29,689.34 


60,882.81 


2,238.16 


4,960.43 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,730.32 


58,089.49 


23,979.34 


1,232.41 


3,228.23 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


90,235.31 


11,131.40 


37,778.98 


1,947.04 


3,328.67 






Total surplus 


95,965.63 


69,220.89 


61,758.32 


3,179.45 


6,556.90 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


140,781.05 


125,149.19 


126,766.88 


10,720.45 


18,321.08 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


4.1 


25.6 


4.2 


55.4 


45.0 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



Smiths Falls 
7,502 


Stirling 
949 


Trenton 

6,288 


Tweed 

1,287 


Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
920 


Westport 
738 


$ c. 
19,928.85 


$ c. 
8,410.00 
7,042.12 
5,316.21 


$ c. 

5,114.41 

23,080.03 

91,606.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

499.80 

14,660.44 


$ c. 


4,745.66 








86,386.32 


10,241.17 


5,494.98 


7,155.76 


25,512.16 

32,470.38 

9,241.13 


3,711.12 
4,885.09 
2,549.82 


20,877.13 
26,245.89 
13,517.35 


3,052.41 
4,831.03 
1,035.28 


716.39 

1,526.32 

309.88 


3,716.70 
5,286.84 
1,131.40 


1,001.23 

1,353.44 

526.70 


6,213.12 
38,001.49 


769.14 


2,647.27 


315.13 


609.19 


774.55 


1,335.26 


21,513.48 








3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,713.00 












244,012.59 

8,263.70 
38,000.00 


32,683.50 

3,792.52 
4,276.75 
1,667.57 
1,104.11 


183,088.83 
14,448.11 


19,475.02 
2,661.42 


12,274.78 

883.75 

2,500.00 

419.35 


28,747.65 

10.00 

5,000.00 

705.56 


13,085.39 

245.86 
2,500.00 


9,612.73 
1,160.14 


14,763.82 
4,693.15 


1,487.08 
1,162.32 


543.59 










57,974.92 


3,796.18 


23,666.97 


3,343.93 


1,796.65 


4,748.47 


1,410.18 
















359,024.08 


47,320.63 


240,660.88 


28,129.77 


17,874.53 


39,211.68 


17,785.02 
















359,024.08 


47,320.63 


240,660.88 


28,129.77 


17,874.53 


39,211.68 


17,785.02 


56,442.82 




136,515.30 


12,383.20 


9,166.04 


10,386.74 


12,902.32 


60.20 




9.01 












2,429.12 
2.25 




0.33 


134.50 


3,011.71 


255.69 












56,503.35 


134.50 


139,527.01 


12,638.89 


9,166.04 


12,818.11 


12,911.33 


57,974.92 

65,466.55 

500.00 


3,796.18 

7,589.27 


23,666.97 

10,564.00 

1,108.37 


3,343.93 
2,416.13 


1,796.65 
1,409.32 


4,748.47 
5,794.54 


1,410.18 
454.56 














123,941.47 


11,385.45 


35,339.34 


5,760.06 


3,205.97 


10,543.01 


1,864.74 


141,182.18 


10,000.00 


28,484.70 


6,616.80 


1,833.96 


6,613.26 


2,097.68 


37,397.08 


25,800.68 


37,309.83 


3,114.02 


3,668.56 


9,237.30 


911.27 


178,579.26 


35,800.68 


65,794.53 


9,730.82 


5,502.52 


15,850.56 


3,008.95 


359,024.08 


47,320.63 


240,660.88 


28,129.77 


17,874.53 


39,211.68 


17,785.02 


18.8 


0.3 


64.3 


51.0 


57.2 


37.2 


78.8 



334 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
S YSTEM— Gonclu de d 



Municipality 


Whitby 
5,297 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
930 


EASTERN 
ONTARIO 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

6,394.26 

34,200.41 

44,648.41 


$ c. 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c. 
844,118.09 


Substation equipment 




945,187.49 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


2,581.09 


9,564.12 


2,497,863.90 
343,926.28 


Line transformers 


li;005.79 

14,854.12 
4,568.27 


1,749.87 

1,926.37 

152.11 


2,881.28 

4,974.77 

719.87 


830,715.19 


Meters 


1,029,676.38 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


402,794.12 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,715.59 


135.85 


583.12 


230,465.02 

108,852.49 


Old plant 


1,340.13 




1,100.00 


138,272.66 


Plant not distributed 
















Total plant 


122,726.98 
5,135.01 


6,545.29 

5,025.08 
4,500.00 
1,577.91 


20,123.01 

2,133.50 

7,000.00 

990.79 

46.80 


7,371,871.62 


Bank and cash balance 


264,599.88 


Securities and investments 


685,079.16 


Accounts receivable 


5,660.73 
168.55 


409,946.59 


Inventories 


85,101.30 


Sinking fund on local debentures... 




932,697.67 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


24,327.91 


2,956.47 


11,893.11 


1,101,434.53 


Other assets 


4,439.75 












Total assets 


158,019.18 


20,604.75 


42,187.21 


10,855,170.50 


Deficit 


8,189.44 












Total 


158,019.18 


20,604.75 


42,187.21 


10,863,359.94 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


34,343.65 
13.41 




5,694.12 

182.28 


2,725,275.20 


Accounts payable 


39.18 


124,478.21 


Bank overdraft 


17,880.24 


Other liabilities 


757.99 


511.52 


5.00 


51,202.91 






Total liabilities 


35,115.05 


550.70 


5,881.40 


2,918,836.56 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems... 
For depreciation 


24,327.91 
19,232.66 


2,956.47 

1,966.07 

432.02 


11,893.11 
7,138.30 


1,101,434.53 
1,715,819.19 


Other reserves 


417,919.28 










Total reserves 


43,560.57 


5,354.56 


19,031.41 


3,235,173.00 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


42,268.85 


2,750.00 


4,955.88 


1,408,669.43 


Local sinking fund 


932,697.67 


Operating surplus 


37,074.71 


11,949.49 


12,318.52 


2,367,983.28 






Total surplus 


79,343.56 


14,699.49 


17,274.40 


4,709,350.38 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


158,019.18 


20,604.75 


42,187.21 


10,863,359.94 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


26.3 


3.1 


19.4 


22.5 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



"A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1934 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Fort William 
24,709 


Nipigon 


Port Arthur 
20,064 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

48,927.62 

123,548.71 


$ c. 
215.03 


$ c. 
405,816.74 
240,640.36 
449,485.59 


$ c. 
454,959.39 
364,189.07 
608,666.39 


$ c. 
10,262,692.98 

22,327,618.75 


145,645.14 


13,535.66 


21,353,725.80 
6,031,767.74 


64,145.76 
62,405.52 
30,220.06 


2,578.67 

2,423.33 

606.24 


67,234.03 
91,206.90 
77,611.27 


133,958.46 
156,035.75 
108,437.57 


9,635,279.35 

8,624,504.78 
2,395,296.48 
1,464,306.73 


6,359.31 


133.53 


49,496.86 
323,341.74 


55,989.70 
323,341.74 
293,762.46 


3,907,359.92 
494,932.96 


293,762.46 




4,978,079.44 








200,000.00 












775,014.58 

5,371.37 

57,200.00 


19,492.46 
2,203.86 


1,704,833.49 

149,843.65 

620,494.69 

83,118.02 

20,619.43 

193,780.04 

963,397.68 

521.71 


2,499,340.53 

157,418.88 

677,694.69 

113,756.13 

22,920.97 

266,647.36 

1,249,493.32 

521.71 


91,675,564.93 

2,215,914.31 
2,382,446.41 


29,835.29 
2,301.54 


802.82 


4,001,596.09 
1,110,705.38 


72,867.32 




9,161,419.77 


284,329.89 


1,765.75 


29,274,340.46 
289,158.19 








1,226,919.99 


24,264.89 


3,736,608.71 


4,987,793.59 


140,111,145.54 
80,859.63 












1,226,919.99 


24,264.89 


3,736,608.71 


4,987,793.59 


140,192,005.17 


300,000.00 
22,946.34 


6,416.84 


297,896.64 
131,318.68 


604,313.48 

154,265.02 

16,749.46 

11,321.87 


39,646,989.68 
3,149,035.07 


16,749.46 




143,556.95 


11,321.87 






3,669,008.56 










351,017.67 


6,416.84 


429,215.32 


786,649.83 


46,608,590.26 


284,329.89 
80,083.25 
13,580.73 


1,765.75 
3,479.00 


963,397.68 

448,706.38 

66,766.03 


1,249,493.32 

532,268.63 

80,346.76 


29,274,340.46 

17,426,809.32 

2,056,820.81 








377,993.87 


5,244.75 


1,478,870.09 


1,862,108.71 


48,757,970.59 


367,650.00 
72,867.32 


3,583.16 


344,203.36 

193,780.04 

1,290,539.90 


715,436.52 

266,647.36 

1,356,951.17 


20,608,129.73 
9,161,419.77 


57,391.13 


9,020.14 


15,055,894.82 


497,908.45 


12,603.30 


1,828,523.30 


2,339,035.05 


44,825,444.32 


1,226,919.99 


24,264.89 


3,736,608.71 


4,987,793.59 


140,192,005.17 


32.0 


28.5 


9.1 


15.0 


35.9 



336 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,885 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

468 


Alvinston 
690 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,128 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

10,376.00 

3,961.88 

23,2-19.38 

667.19 

1,829.01 

53.29 

243.93 


• $ c. 

4,961.90 
1,233.46 
1,266.75 


$ c. 

2,672.24 
1,451.96 
1,019.14 


$ c. 

4,049.73 

2,314.51 

226.77 

315.96 

1,854.00 


$ c. 
17,738.01 


Commercial light service 


6,431.20 


Commercial power service 


4,460.76 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


767.00 


628.00 


2,310.08 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


89.28 


367.79 


90.00 


329.82 






Total earnings 


40,350.68 


8,318.39 


6,139.13 


8,850.97 


31,269.87 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


32,133.90 


5,463.45 


4,468.57 


6,979.55 


21,308.34 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,972.45 

81.95 

71.76 

4.36 

358.31 


39.79 


100.95 


20.10 


2,122.11 


Line transformer maintenance 


342.79 


Meter maintenance 




6.56 


116.55 


53.05 


Consumers' premises expenses 


10.20 
111.65 


229.03 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


51.40 


81.35 


560.95 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


703.87 
466.09 
125.83 
124.31 




214.40 
87.33 
38.50 


248.24 

205.22 

29.48 


2,084.89 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


309.10 


1,109.32 
115.55 


Truck operation and maintenance 


230.18 


Interest 


223.19 
603.27 
371.00 


7.89 


682.01 

1,106.03 

619.00 


1,388.60 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




1,376.74 


Depreciation 


1,368.00 


460.00 


1,898.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges.. 


37,410.83 


7,131.65 


5,435.60 


10,087.53 


32,819.55 






Net surplus 


2,939.85 


1,186.74 


703.53 






Net loss 


1,236.56 


1,549.68 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


486 
87 
16 


142 

28 

3 


130 

37 

2 


153 
51 

2 


585 


Commercial light service 


122 


Power service 


14 






Total 


589 


173 


169 


206 


721 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



337 



"B" 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
397 


Aylmer 

1,987 


Ayr 
773 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle River 
719 


Blenheim 
1,702 


$ c. 

8,791.70 

1,659.64 

506.53 

309.33 


$ c. 

2,709.77 

1,689.52 

193.84 


$ c. 

10,695.03 

7,216.59 

2,622.57 

845.40 

2,343.00 


$ c. 

5,170.53 

1,769.35 

198.39 


$ c. 

3,866.23 
1,458.83 
5,429.78 


$ c. 

2,814.26 

667.67 

9,144.46 


$ c. 

3,389.23 
1,424.16 

349.52 
1,112.89 

760.00 


$ c. 

8,807.18 
6,390.37 
2,951.00 
1,527.07 


1,053.76 


960.00 


1,027.99 


650.00 


517.00 


2,511.00 






978.20 


18.06 


98.90 


240.53 


190.81 


126.36 








12,320.96 


5,553.13 


24,700.79 


8,184.32 


11,503.74 


13,383.92 


7,226.61 


22,312.98 


7,217.85 


3,878.43 


15,670.36 


5,830.46 


8,377.99 


12,357.30 


4,660.89 


13,418.04 


















946.22 
30.10 


125.59 


1,945.06 

27.95 

138.72 


596.25 
279.45 
139.26 


104.95 

31.52 

220.53 


10.80 
28.46 


324.42 

3.09 

184.11 


907.89 
239.14 


276.60 


14.45 


884.19 
42.06 


180.12 


62.00 


310.58 


100.78 


253.50 


78.74 


191.79 


554.34 




179.70 
66.10 
33.82 


627.67 

1,013.14 

103.55 


334.99 
63.15 
45.90 


565.77 
14.39 
40.30 


261.76 

181.56 

16.83 


245.75 

263.24 

36.13 


800.03 


1,512.35 


1,408.57 
66.09 






524.36 
308.56 

886.00 


600.05 
594.19 
330.00 


1,156.61 

1,351.44 

1,393.00 

110.00 


350.46 
367.09 
*557.00 


109.88 
220.15 
383.00 


123.33 
234.46 
613.00 


332.44 

413.81 
683.00 


513.79 

505.45 

1,378.00 
















11,882.16 


5,884.33 


23,848.08 


8,664.79 


10,321.98 


13,906.24 


7,338.67 


20,717.59 


438.80 




852.71 




1,181.76 






1,595.39 




331.20 


480.47 


522.32 


112.06 












271 

37 

5 


98 
37 

2 


644 

137 
9 


205 

45 

3 


136 

34 

3 


133 
20 

4 


198 
43 

4 


496 

125 

10 


313 


137 


790 


253 


173 


157 


245 


631 



338 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



M unicipality 


Blyth 
626 


Bolton 
553 


Bothwell 
685 


Brampton 
5,550 


Brantford 


Population 


30,611 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,857.20 

1,727.93 

997.85 


.$ c. 

3,588.00 

917.08 

1,975.02 


$ c. 

2,875.02 

1,268.56 

594.73 

145.43 

1,293.00 


$ c. 

37,832.02 

16,684.67 

15,653.24 

2,575.94 

5,453.16 

103.15 

1,227.61 


$ c. 
187,064.16 


Commercial light service 


64,402.72 


Commercial power service 


188,213.43 


Municipal power 


25,835.17 


Street lighting 


1,300.00 


1,113.96 


33,080.33 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


11.92 




602.20 


7,031.11 








Total earnings 


7,894.90 


7,594.06 


6,778.94 


79,529.79 


f505,626.92 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


4,659.25 


5,246.93 


4,561.66 


61,467.03 
117.42 


340,712.51 


Substation operation 


5,593.23 


Substation maintenance 








2,073.31 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


164.84 


254.65 


116.92 


2,917.04 
431.56 
390.37 


13,456.58 


Line transformer maintenance 


1,446.76 


Meter maintenance 


62.79 




8.06 


4,619.67 


Consumers' premises expenses 




1,069.35 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


142.40 


158.70 


201.84 


590.12 


5,002.91 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


219.91 

22.78 
71.20 




214.61 

103.28 

35.27 


1,399.31 

1,463.37 

168.08 

367.05 

651.06 

1,904.80 

4,476.00 

148.38 


10,242.40 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


426.40 


8,270.05 
5,610.79 


Truck operation and maintenance 




2,137.40 


Interest 


490.93 

1,040.13 

450.00 


290.03 
563.91 
561.00 


187.74 
180.52 
554.00 


22,732.87 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


50,540.27 


Depreciation 


22,754.00 


Other reserves 


4,000.00 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


7,324.23 


7,501.62 


6,163.90 


76,491.59 


f500,262.10 






Net surplus 


570.67 


92.44 


615.04 


3,038.20 


5,364.82 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


162 

49 

4 


163 

42 

9 


171 

48 

5 


1,386 

237 

49 


7,478 


Commercial light service 


1,123 


Power service 


226 






Total 


215 


214 


224 


1,672 


8,827 







flncludes earnings and expenses from other plants. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



339 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
766 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 

1,475 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


$ c. 

19,641.05 
3,614.82 
3,036.90 


$ c. 

3,902.06 

1,126.54 

463.96 


$ c. 

2,203.67 
1,695.15 
1,283.50 


$ c. 

5,221.99 

2,661.82 

681.37 


$ c. 

4,060.91 

964.07 

1,331.08 


$ c. 

1,146.69 
532.21 


$ c. 

5,350.11 
3,877.30 
2,009.76 


$ c. 

1,328.82 
450.70 








4,065.42 


588.50 


745.00 


1,284.00 


670.00 


312.00 


1,544.96 


474.00 


585.45 




170.56 


115.79 


247.47 




329.75 












30,943.64 


6,081.06 


6,097.88 


9,964.97 


7,273.53 


1,990.90 


13,111.88 


2,253.52 


17,888.57 


3,671.27 


4,673.63 


5,900.79 


4,501.79 


1,837.60 


8,051.78 


1,627.46 


















1,431.33 

172.89 


50.93 


600.29 


309.69 


82.03 

49.82 

292.12 


82.64 
11.32 
96.09 


895.72 

40.76 

210.40 


7.57 


535.42 


60.00 


124.77 


65.08 




10.78 




















979.68 


85.72 


56.89 


148.05 


78.45 


23.00 


185.91 


24.48 


1,728.71 


269.39 

78.01 
36.00 


206.60 

265.97 

39.84 




429.00 

114.59 

22.00 


125.68 
39.40 

21.50 


524.20 

163.12 

40.15 




1,631.72 
54.39 


436.77 
34.60 


115.57 


1,235.05 
3,545.24 
2,447.00 


596.85 
607.92 
524.00 


49.66 
285.05 
358.00 


728.51 

1,028.77 

588.00 


19.10 
382.11 
482.00 


41.81 
269.45 
211.00 


26.28 
254.90 
792.00 


160.28 
272.63 
118.00 


















31,660.78 


5,980.09 


6,660.70 


9,240.26 


6,453.01 


2,759.49 


11,185.22 


2,325.99 




100.97 




724.71 


820.52 




1,926.66 




717.14 


562 . 82 


768.59 


72.47 














801 

46 

5 


119 

19 

5 


104 

43 

5 


214 
66 

2 


173 

33 

4 


50 
16 


337 

88 

6 


45 
9 








852 


143 


152 


282 


210 


66 


431 


54 



340 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cayuga 
693 


Chatham 
16,140 


Chippawa 
1,051 


Clifford 
440 


Clinton 


Population 


1,848 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,428.46 
2,869.64 
1,331.20 


$ c. 

82,155.22 
68,862.83 
48,944.37 

6,000.28 

19,095.53 

449.03 

3,354.06 


$ c. 

7,216.68 

1,199.38 

251.08 

872.21 

1,161.00 


$ c. 

2,437.55 

1,527.35 

128.59 


$ c. 
11,791.74 


Commercial light service 


5,966.63 


Commercial power service 


4,583.94 


Municipal power 


971.56 


Street lighting 


1,440.00 


868.00 


1,988.53 


Merchandise 


177.89 


Miscellaneous 


115.82 




4.72 


1,043.99 








Total earnings 


9,185.12 


228,861.32 


10,700.35 


4,966.21 


26,524.28 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


5,166.51 


126,130.59 
6,642.94 
2,318.30 

2,497.04 
664.46 

5,566.09 
536.75 

4,813.69 

1,053.00 

10,787.99 

13,153.38 

3,140.54 

2,489.57 

13,774.14 

15,236.87 

15,760.00 

3,168.51 


5,851.54 


3,153.88 


16,448.87 


Substation operation 


238.83 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


531.70 

173.74 
20.65 


1,053.96 


30.41 


584.05 


Line transformer maintenance 


8.30 


Meter maintenance 


262.36 




142.20 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


207.30 


362.74 


62.68 


151.22 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


630.17 

278.81 

23.78 


448.13 

566.65 

75.61 


280.88 
60.28 
29.00 


828.80 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


2,182.70 
407.82 


Truck operation and maintenance 


200.81 


Interest 


760.11 
928.69 
542.00 


411.98 
796.15 
907.00 


381.86 
178.82 
297.00 


2,277.21 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,305.66 


Depreciation 


1,940.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


9,263.46 


227,733.86 


10,736.12 


4,474.81 


26,716.47 






Net surplus 




1,127.46 




491.40 




Net loss 


78.34 


35.77 


192.19 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


124 

56 

4 


3,758 
719 
109 


319 

34 

5 


101 

38 

1 


511 


Commercial light service 


128 


Power service 


14 






Total 


184 


4,586 


358 


140 


653 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



341 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
338 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
559 


Dresden 
1,469 


$ c. 

2,175.65 
2,307.06 
3,329.62 


$ c. 

2,501.42 

1,198.59 

324.85 


$ c. 

1,620.01 

924.35 

63.39 

787.66 

774.00 


$ c. 

1,422.82 
876.92 


$ c. 

1,360.24 
565.31 


$ c. 

2,305.63 

842.29 
533.43 


$ c. 

3,136.66 

1,957.82 

999.34 


$ c. 

6,355.74 

5,186.24 
4,300.13 








727.92 


471.00 


465.00 


451.00 


264.00 


612.47 


750.00 


1,862.24 
19.81 


81.38 


2.16 


50.60 


106.41 


167.22 


150.34 


181.99 


257.46 


8,364.71 


4,492.02 


4,220.01 


2,857.15 


2,356.77 


4,444.16 


7,025.81 


18,709.54 


6,468.56 


2,649.76 


2,616.79 


2,013.34 


1,612.19 


3,516.22 


4,964.00 


11,449.09 


















291.91 


50.91 
60.08 
32.51 


85.93 


20.93 


69.81 


133.77 

7.35 

109.43 


192.66 


1,730.66 


52.57 




1.95 






343.68 












81.68 


59.25 


68.89 


38.61 


40.40 


119.97 


103.54 


370.75 


271.56 




95.80 
64.04 
40.25 


162.11 

8.48 
29.88 


135.06 
110.50 


130.95 
19.53 
23.25 




495.78 


508.00 
26.50 


426.43 


236.66 
30.00 


826.99 
45.57 










95.63 
497.55 
452.00 


385.43 
375.49 
356.00 


243.37 
629.06 
225.00 


119.92 

117.80 
212.00 


108.05 
152.16 
150.00 


131.34 
155.73 
353.00 


395.68 
305.26 
537.00 


36.27 

726.04 
867.00 


















8,745.96 


4,395.86 


4,069.13 


2,725.02 


2,378.17 


-±,700.54 


6,764.80 


16,891.83 




96.16 


150.88 


132.13 






261.01 


1,817.71 


381.25 


21.40 


256.38 
















95 

49 

3 


103 

25 

1 


62 
23 

2 


66 
26 


52 

18 


126 
29 

2 


153 

64 

4 


361 

113 
10 










147 


129 


87 


92 


70 


157 


221 


484 



342 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

S YSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,032 


Dunnville 
3,632 


Dutton 


Population 


798 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,072.51 
930.26 
592.25 


$ c. 

1,321.41 
855.49 
405.34 


$ c. 

20,932.77 
10,574.92 
18,822.09 
. 658.97 


$ c. 

13,511.52 

11,300.63 

12,243.69 

2,367.63 

3,945.56 


$ c. 
3,363.41 


Commercial light service 


2,435.84 


Commercial power service 


3,395.33 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


507.00 


750.00 


5,487.00 


1,010.94 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


70.04 




195.67 


451.41 


302 . 58 








Total earnings 


4,172.06 


3,332.24 


56,671.42 


43,820.44 


10,508.10 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,519.92 


2,257.84 


37,112.42 
247.35 


23,893.04 
135.26 


7,399.82 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


127.28 


65.74 


5,965.92 

54.48 
985.46 


1,802.63 

19.80 

369.12 


399.84 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


104.38 


4.25 


132.70 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


105.66 


60.42 


667.57 


420.16 


305.77 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


184.80 
97.25 
11.25 


128.83 
65.66 
25.25 


1,211.56 

1,507.52 

539.76 

571.13 

1,419.01 

2,193.09 

4,045.00 


863.62 
1,199.11 

84.77 

121.57 

2,762.85 

2,631.86 

3,194.00 


315.50 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


166.09 
26.23 


Truck operation and maintenance... 




Interest 


121.58 
171.15 
282.00 


110.36 
467.46 
282.00 


289.26 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


361.04 


Depreciation 


556.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,725.27 


3,467.81 


56,520.27 


37,497.79 


9,952.25 






Net surplus 


446.79 




151.15 


6,322.65 


555.85 


Net loss.... 


135.57 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


82 
26 

1 


41 
24 

2 


1,204 

199 

39 


800 

200 

32 


207 


Commercial light service 


71 


Power service 


7 






Total 


109 


67 


1,442 


1,032 


285 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



343 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



East 

Windsor 

14,009 


East 
York Twp. 


Elmira 
2,672 


Elora 
1,152 


Embro 
436 


Erieau 
273 


Erie 
Beach 

22 


Essex 

1,786 


$ c. 

77,289.70 
16,524.78 
38,214.17 


$ c. 

176,947.44 

24,651.03 

26,894.07 

5,374.94 

19,553.92 


$ c. 

15,591.71 
5,978.35 
4,162.04 

873.43 
1,834.00 


$ c. 

7,206.38 
3,536.74 
2,832.25 


$ c. 

2,742.64 
1,616.16 
1,218.33 


$ c. 

3,960.98 

1,219.60 

944.65 


$ c. 

1,583.84 
297.50 


$ c. 

7,364.59 
4,299.43 
4,403.76 






1,585.84 


8,419.92 


1,674.00 

73.55 

426.98 


676.00 


369.00 




3,046.99 










666.56 


552.79 


92.67 


4.44 


2.37 


362.27 






140,448.57 


254,087.96 


28,992.32 


15,749.90 


6,345.80 


6,498.67 


1,883.71 


21,062.88 


80,660.81 


163,046.87 


21,833.33 


10,089.07 


3,962.34 


3,855.16 


1,005.25 


12,280.72 


















7,198.30 
260.04 


7,796.25 

945.36 

4,694.00 

1,332.16 

2,491.09 

99.31 

10,361.96 

11,763.02 

2,001.31 

2,774.58 

15,568.81 

14,925.09 

13,065.00 

404.32 


1,321.89 

149.55 

161.54 

2.29 

129.62 


2,155.40 

34.23 

122.05 


98.43 

2.50 

29.35 


104.97 

5.72 

53.28 


128.91 


159.17 


2,683.01 




70.44 


3,819.33 




3.60 


3,053.66 


113.70 


218.68 


67.49 




308.12 


2,007.76 






8,939.20 
4,726.75 
3,124.34 
3,164.53 


682.27 
976.44 
103.36 
215.92 
1,434.59 

1,661.06 

2,042.00 


735.73 
423.15 
246.43 
92.46 
209.59 

769.72 

1,111.00 


397.45 

167.01 

15.00 


310.29 

157.79 

15.00 


129.56 

10.34 

7.50 


735.56 

1,607.61 

44.23 

277.52 


3,735.32 
7,058.16 
8,046.00 


196.78 
460.96 
491.00 


279.21 

344.46 
342.00 


152.84 

134.86 

80.00 


1,046.68 

502 . 92 

1,718.00 
















138,477 21 


251,269.13 


30,713.86 


16,102.53 


6,039.50 


5,535.37 


1,649.26 


18,754.57 


1,971.36 


2,818.83 






306.30 


963.30 


234.45 


2,308.31 




1,721.54 


352.63 
















2,981 

272 
30 


9,170 

405 

44 


509 

114 

22 


309 

76 

2 


101 

47 

1 


162 

11 

4 


68 
3 


431 
114 

17 








3,283 


9,619 


645 


387 


149 


177 


71 


562 



344 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 


Exeter 
1,606 


Fergus 
2,560 


Fonthill 
872 


Forest 


Population 


1,487 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

104,459.43 

15,829.23 

14,235.44 

4,281.47 

13,443.87 


$ c. 

11,436.89 

5,098.61 

3,781.60 

544.56 

1,995.25 

32.64 

614.35 


$ c. 

15,798.86 

6,554.98 

10,750.26 

904.20 

2,714.31 

15.52 

15.15 


$ c. 

4,992.13 

1,016.41 

317.32 

242.30 

1,065.00 


$ c. 
10,818.08 


Commercial light service 


5,342.83 


Commercial power service 


4,031.11 


Municipal power 


967.12 


Street lighting 


2,321.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,055.33 




660.86 








Total earnings 


153,304.77 


23,503.90 


36,753.28 


7,633.16 


24,141.00 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


98,502.29 


15,926.15 


27,074.27 


3,785.47 


14,758.28 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


9,097.30 

788.58 
563.37 
104.80 

1,072.47 


570.50 

9.94 

279.58 


1,185.88 

79.59 

255.18 


356.97 


1,625.23 


Line transformer maintenance. 


128.77 


Meter maintenance 


29.65 

5.88 

161.30 


249.84 


Consumers' premises expenses. .. 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


276.26 


378.24 


253.10 


Promotion of business 


34.71 


Billing and collecting 


4,780.17 

4,537.81 

1,786.48 

893.75 

11,599.53 

12,166.19 

10,883.00 

150.00 


746.78 

679.20 

85.02 

35.45 

415.91 

1,008.49 

1,368.00 


752.53 
729.38 
143.03 
291.13 
993.24 

1,097.23 

1,583.00 


599.10 
84.12 
15.00 


550.08 


General office, salaries and expenses 
Undistributed expenses 


1,594.04 
162.10 


Truck operation and maintenance 


135.02 


Interest 


986.55 

1,075.98 

486.00 


592.82 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,109.66 


Depreciation 


1,406.00 


Other reserves .. 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


156,925.74 


21,401.28 


34,562.70 


7,586.02 


22,599.65 






Net surplus 




2,102.62 


2,190.58 


47.14 


1,541.35 


Net loss 


3,620.97 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


3,327 
205 

24 


442 

110 

8 


625 

120 
15 


214 
32 

4 


461 


Commercial light service 


126 


Power service 


22 






Total 


3,556 


560 


760 


250 


609 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



345 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Gait 
14,057 


George- 
town 
2,224 


Glencoe 

827 


Goderich 
4,394 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
21,048 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,355 


Hamilton 
153,504 


$ c. 

94,350.55 

41,016.94 

81,695.12 

4,512.62 


$ c. 

14,474.82 

6,225.70 

21,902.11 

683.27 

2,146.00 

11.34 

886.85 


$ c. 

5,488.93 
3,310.81 
1,681.16 
1,370.16 
1,945.64 


$ c. 

30,584.44 

13,451.34 

12,291.97 

3,508.99 

3,791.50 

206.05 

42.39 


$ c. 

1,924.52 

1,066.06 

709.56 


$ c. 

110,143.65 

50,712.24 

103,309.34 

14,253.12 

18,549.86 

367.56 

447.70 


$ c. 

5,010.61 

4,620.29 

12,439.59 


$ c. 

928,800.72 

361,025.55 

1,617,692.20 

57,500.35 


20,594.00 


370.00 


1,732.00 


123,817.93 


2,858.73 


64.24 


174.74 


821.77 


45,098.10 


245,027.96 


46,330.09 


13,860.94 


63,876.68 


4,244.88 


297,783.47 


24,624.26 


3,133,934.85 


156,137.39 
4,364.05 


35,607.21 


9,060.79 


41,498.88 
1,905.12 


3,308.09 


218,637.85 


18,861.65 


2,166,877.85 
57,901.60 


237.46 








3,542.04 

10,921.32 

720.43 

3,358.83 

256.06 

5,692.00 
158.41 
6,288.89 
11,224.60 
1,194.05 
1,297.30 
2,541.44 

1,103.55 

12,696.00 

500.00 




5,910.91 


3,046.61 
271.32 


1,085.29 

46.67 

224.65 

1.48 

292.72 


171.45 


1,703.98 

18.42 

841.77 


17.95 


2,014.22 
41.72 

377.88 


29,247.52 
4,175.52 


2,136.79 
15.10 


110.83 


99.44 


16,926.00 
12,694.56 


2,448.77 
1,979.84 


286.85 


567.94 


56.75 


378.74 


12,122.68 
12,267.36 


3,846.67 

5,334.76 

5,421.50 

696.18 


1,574.37 
933.80 
193.73 
654.18 
678.53 

811.33 

2,065.00 


497.30 

361.50 

35.62 


1,890.29 

1,803.09 

111.27 

214.37 

2,645.71 

2,345.32 

5,391.00 


186.78 
72.51 
25.25 


728.53 
616.14 
54.58 
745.29 
217.06 

392.46 

1,118.00 


50,918.83 
42,839.38 
41,781.05 


14,141.28 

19,039.31 

23,422.14 

1,000.00 


470.81 

1,035.43 

932.00 


134.49 
126.33 
234.00 


217,988.40 
291,666.47 
129,882.34 
















243,539.17 


44,168.96 


12,962.58 


60,937.16 


4,261.59 


280,132.77 


25,546.27 


3,093,200.47 


1,488.79 


2,161.13 


898.36 


2,939.52 




17,650.70 




40,734.38 




16.71 


922.01 
















3,601 
488 
116 


675 

130 

26 


218 

82 

6 


1,170 

235 

20 


81 

34 

1 


5,039 
768 
139 


334 

108 
16 


37,330 
5,064 
1,262 


4,205 


831 


306 


1,425 


116 


5,946 


458 


43,656 



346 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Harriston 
1,321 


Harrow 
928 


Hensall 
697 


Hespeler 

2,798 


Highgate 


Population 


343 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

7,874.26 
4,836.50 
5,220.06 
482.. 42 
1,479.00 


$ c. 

7,395.41 
3,510.64 
3,778.91 


$ c. 

4,173.05 

1,717.39 

2,588.29 

34.22 

996.00 


$ c. 

16,998.75 
5,274.25 

34,392.00 
1,163.03 
2,965.00 


$ c. 
1,837.56 


Commercial light service 


960.87 


Commercial power service 


1,063.93 


Municipal power 


39.60 


Street lighting 


1,288.63 


570.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 




38.66 


238.57 


656.83 


165.44 








Total earnings 


19,892.24 


16,012.25 


9,747.52 


61,449.86 


4,637.40 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


11,922.38 


12,246.85 


7,218.84 


47,701.03 
279.63 


2,982.16 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance. 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,420.95 


56.39 

9.20 

140.11 

49.29 

304.78 


377.88 


2,449.38 

184.22 

316.15 

1.25 

549.24 


35.56 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


132.15 


5.45 


9.55 


Consumers' premises expenses .. 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


322.39 


130.95 


133.52 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


849.76 
136.01 
75.94 
123.51 
530.82 

759.98 

995.00 


566.30 

415.06 

23.47 


326.64 

395.50 

54.38 


697.33 

1,215.43 

495.89 

433.69 

1,850.79 

1,881.48 

2,566.00 

150.00 


324.35 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


162.54 
25.25 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


499.83 
551.13 
716.00 


401.21 
465.97 
650.00 


158.79 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


174.97 


Depreciation 


347.00 


Other reserves .. 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges.... 


17,268.89 


15,578.41 


10,026.82 


60,771.51 


4,353.69 


Net surplus 


2,623.35 


433.84 




678.35 


283.71 


Net loss 


279.30 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


343 

105 

13 


257 

74 

3 


182 

47 
14 


684 
108 

27 


95 


Commercial light service 


38 


Power service 


6 






Total 


461 


334 


243 


819 


139 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



347 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Humber- 
stone 
2,442 


Ingersoll 
5,104 


Jarvis 
531 


Kingsville 
2,354 


Kitchener 
31,252 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
600 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,004 


$ c. 

8,593.12 
3,155.55 
3,454.42 


$ c. 

31,840.75 

14,686.28 

25,727.06 

2,125.68 

4,851.48 

299.99 

556.56 


$ c. 

2,420.67 
1,820.01 
3,889.08 


$ c. 

13,602.27 
6,205.86 
3,318.35 
1,210.91 
2,994.46 


$ c. 

202,024.06 
99,769.21 

217,760.24 
22,427.51 
32,018.76 


$ c. 

3,523.95 
1,455.73 


$ c. 

5,515.53 
1,373.41 
1,995.15 


$ c. 

28,104.71 
14,994.60 
11,300.24 




569.90 
432.00 


5,937.39 


1,367.00 


840.00 


495.00 


5,691.85 


271.71 


46.05 


1,180.25 


5,767.86 


118.00 


143.50 


857.65 


16,841.80 


80,087.80 


9,015.81 


28,512.10 


579,767.64 


6,099.58 


9,522.59 


66,886.44 


9,477.40 


57,507.78 
383.34 


5,900.96 


16,014.16 


427,218.17 
8,873.63 
1,306.66 

9,226.73 

809.61 
4,362.19 
1,847.43 

7,723.68 

483.69 

13,352.60 

15,042.90 

5,520.48 

2,033.05 

9,886.90 

15,380.70 

31,334.00 


4,386.19 


6,474.84 


41,390.30 














666.78 


2,496.83 

562.54 

1,074.16 

73.15 

310.25 

17.93 

1,376.95 

4,291.47 

473.50 

415.81 

3,504.18 

1,677.35 

3,678.00 


46.73 


1,429.23 

250.06 

553.32 

39.50 

727.72 


175.49 

2.90 
21.11 


214.38 


2,423.46 
61.06 


233.85 


33.65 


170.45 


676.09 
66.51 


178.15 


31.83 


24.48 


20.50 


1,047.22 




490.53 

55.28 
26.50 


1,226.96 

1,212.00 

346.99 

369.47 

1,720.94 

715.90 

1,907.00 


257.68 

5.00 

15.92 


353.14 

339.47 

79.00 


1,788.75 


839.69 


3,581.40 
561.85 


96.00 


601.17 


1,128.53 

1,300.00 

932.00 


320.90 
514.37 
403.00 


154.36 
136.24 
341.00 


679.78 
671.58 
832.00 


1,989.36 
2,204.53 
3,402.00 


















14,852.40 


77,843.24 


7,823.75 


26,513.25 


554,402.42 


5,520.37 


9,835.14 


59,793.70 


1,989.40 


2,244.56 


1,192.06 


1,998.85 


25,365.22 


579.21 




7,092.74 




312.55 


















520 

65 

5 


1,282 

234 

44 


121 

44 

4 


704 

172 

12 


7,173 
975 
265 


110 

25 

1 


151 

17 

4 


1,342 
252 

28 


590 


1,560 


169 


888 


8,413 


136 


172 


1,622 



348 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 

2,775 


London 
73,726 


London 
Twp. 


Long 

Branch 

3,550 


Lucan 


Population 


528 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

17,505.46 
8,092.05 

10,982.27 
1,590.07 
3,840 .'60 


$ c. 

518,046.47 

192,613.53 

325,422.56 

55,724.47 

54,217.56 

4,565.60 

35,227.05 


$ c. 

11,307.27 
2,479.86 
1,707.94 


$ c. 

24,085.71 
5,167.29 
1,029.18 
1,001.23 
3,682.98 


$ c. 
4,584.29 


Commercial light service 


1,673.81 


Commercial power service 


394.28 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


832 . 50 


994.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,161.34 


410.61 


183.17 


298.49 






Total earnings 


43,171.79 


1,185,817.24 


16,738.18 


35,149.56 


7,944.87 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


29,611.83 
76.10 


782,717.61 

16,113.19 

9,613.46 

21,571.45 
3,770.96 

16,588.62 
4,238.28 

9,567.59 
14,109.44 
27,194.97 
39,483.60 
8,723.11 
4,865.88 
45,190.18 

65,807.08 

94,696.52 

12,688.14 


12,074.89 


19,832.28 


5,283.90 


Substation operation 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,482.00 

13.48 

310.49 

36.21 

446.37 


453.50 


3,613.31 

218.43 

337.84 

42.74 

432.75 


699.04 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


69.26 

24.88 

122.98 


86.06 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 


92.23 


Billing and collecting 


877.42 
656.14 
258.17 
187.35 
523.50 

1,820.55 

2,650.00 


622.04 

595.74 

22.37 


1,673.25 

1,906.87 

730.25 


521.50 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


386.33 
44.55 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


624.82 
993.50 

726.00 


1,880.21 

2,003.66 

2,227.00 

50.00 


217.80 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


271.68 


Depreciation 


649.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges... 


39,949.61 


1,176,940.08 


16,329.98 


34,948.59 


8,252.09 






Net surplus... 


3,222.18 


8,877.16 


408.20 


200.97 




Net loss 


307.22 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


733 

149 

20 


16,632 

2,820 
477 


335 

24 
5 


1,135 

100 

5 


174 


Commercial light service 


47 


Power service 


6 






Total 


902 


19,929 


364 


1,240 


227 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



349 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
1,060 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,487 


Milton 
1,804 


Milverton 
1,002 


Mimico 
6,696 


Mitchell 
1,497 


$ c. 

1,984.32 
734.83 
767.42 


$ c. 

6,961.31 
2,760.91 

2,428.18 

485.82 

1,356.00 


$ c. 

2,183.15 

1,512.98 

935.76 


$ c. 

11,709.66 

2,175.88 

74,179.37 


$ c. 

11,342.00 

5,422.01 

10,572.03 


$ c. 

5,629.79 

2,931.18 

2,286.14 

570.68 

999.00 


$ c. 

56,928.27 

10,048.43 

3,256.09 

7,671.62 

7,002.00 


$ c. 

10,772.48 

4,305.49 

3,734.62 

950.18 


430.00 


688.00 


3,352.00 


2,033.81 


2,088.00 
143.14 


5.53 


147.81 


309.18 




1,588.49 


79.75 


176.06 


1,014.68 








3,922.10 


14,140.03 


5,629.07 


91,416.91 


30,958.34 


12,496.54 


85,082.47 


23,008.59 


3,128.15 


9,446.31 


3,295.35 


79,700.75 
322.57 


22,088.40 

244.77 


8,533.51 


54,629.96 


14,893.50 
423.99 














174.44 


998.27 

62.54 

116.33 


199.39 

9.20 

29.41 


2,367.96 

82.76 

410.94 

10.84 

786.61 


2,018.58 


289.51 


6,946.31 
178.23 
554.58 


690.84 
1.50 


45.20 


100.22 


94.56 


212.86 


28.63 


149.44 


100.10 


259.16 
83.06 
795.48 
1,999.84 
205.57 
323.34 
778.65 

738.38 

1,940.24 


115.76 


923.02 


130.08 


128.85 




227.54 

192.92 

15.00 


985.24 

1,857.85 

222.89 

365.87 

978.71 

1,586.38 
2,074.00 


600.48 
235.48 
214.35 


1,766.33 

1,726.05 

273.20 

548.59 

4,775.70 

5,655.59 

5,511.00 


818.55 


55.72 
20.00 


757.30 


1,595.55 

856.17 




293.22 
70.35 

391.94 

815.00 


224.67 


146.60 
162.68 


470.54 
712.06 
368.00 


126.59 
714.35 
700.00 
199.98 


5.35 


278.00 


3,155.00 
















4,168.27 


13,100.70 


5,619.51 


91,753.37 


31,575.69 


11,824.57 


83,488.56 


23,008.06 




1,039.33 


9.56 






671.97 


1,593.91 


.53 


246.17 


336.46 


617.35 
















82 

21 

1 


271 
66 
10 


106 
43 

1 


635 
63 
10 


438 

105 

21 


228 

72 
7 


1,769 

139 

17 


460 

113 

25 


104 


347 


150 


708 


564 


307 


1,925 


598 



350 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Moore- 
field 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
256 


New 

Hamburg 

1,457 


New 


Population 


Toronto 

7,484 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,159.27 

617.87 

1,069.57 


$ c. 

2,755.72 

864.47 
883.68 


$ c. 

1,197.60 
793.88 
723.89 


$ c. 

10,256.68 
4,049.52 
4,822.52 


$ c. 
34,857.29 


Commercial light service 


13,017.84 


Commercial power service 


106,170.83 


Municipal power 


11,960.28 


Street lighting 


375.00 


520.00 


720.00 


2,202.00 
194.98 
157.61 


8,697.48 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


49.68 


306.72 


16.18 


18.05 






Total earnings 


3,271.39 


5,330.59 


3,451.55 


21,683.31 


174,721.77 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,363.74 


3,877.45 


2,100.51 


14,122.97 
259.20 


145,023.44 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance .... 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


23.74 


49.52 
18.40 
45.79 


79.16 


437.50 

30.03 

489.10 


4,367.62 


Line transformer maintenance... . 


389.58 


Meter maintenance . 






744 . 84 


Consumers' premises expenses .. . 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


24.93 


20.10 


50.53 


350.88 


2,257.51 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




196.74 

145.79 

28.63 




600.59 
749.51 
78.87 
253.38 
339.66 

832.16 

1,298.00 


2,715.19 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


129.20 


125.46 
25.25 


4,487.16 
1,665.98 


Truck operation and maintenance... 




839.91 


Interest 


83.17 
307.36 
192.00 


129.24 
161.12 
307.00 


264.00 
500.00 
299.00 


768.39 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


319.49 


Depreciation 


5,442.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges.... 


3,124.14 


4,979.78 


3,443.91 


19,841.85 


169,021.11 






Net surplus 


147.25 


350.81 


7.64 


1,841.46 


5,700.66 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


58 

22 

2 


140 

32 

3 


63 
23 

2 


337 
90 
13 


1,488 


Commercial light service 


176 


Power service 


31 






Total 


82 


175 


88 


440 


1,695 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



351 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Niagara 
Falls 
18,060 


Niagara-on- 

the-Lake 

1,614 


North York 
Twp. 


Norwich 
1,196 


Oil 

Springs 

462 


Otter- 
ville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,600 


Paris 

4,297 


$ c. 

138,473.29 
54,104.91 
53,421.00 
17,913.33 


$ c. 

14,141.76 
3,566.41 

927.89 
1,822.17 
2,859.00 

461.14 

442.87 


$ c. 

103,317.07 

16,424.74 

27,467.85 

4,930.78 

3,707.32 


$ c. 

8,205.54 

3,270.25 

1,350.75 

750.60 

2,120.00 

173.09 

180.00 


$ c. 

1,620.31 
1,299.15 
7,499.30 


$ c. 

2,170.36 

1,652.03 

9.00 

111.78 

786.00 


$ c. 

10,176.68 
5,051.24 
4,611.25 
2,182.68 
1,941.57 


$ c. 

23,530.97 

8,417.47 

12,072.80 

1,225.00 


28,355.65 


750.00 


5,450.50 




1,934.59 


486.83 


94.16 


5.99 


1,870.47 






292,268.18 


24,221.24 


157,782.35 


16,050.23 


11,655.59 


4,823.33 


23,969.41 


52,567.21 


183,558.86 
9,541.53 


12,650.43 


88,048.39 


11,344.66 


7,334.67 


3,780.71 


15,855.02 
68.71 


31,853.71 














1,679.04 


6,307.53 

628.68 


2,239.09 

40.80 
303.24 


7,606.71 
393.92 
641.79 
125.49 

759.66 


1,195.61 

17.49 

207.68 


655.09 


48.59 

26.63 

129.43 


683.00 

41.27 

109.60 


3,176.07 
39.05 


7,306.42 
320.89 


46.65 


666.22 
1.10 


3,567.84 


691.29 


162.05 


30.84 


75.56 


419.22 


689.81 


7,662.03 
9,134.65 
4,132.38 
3,249.86 


963.39 

1,048.43 
110.84 
402.94 

1,248.09 

1,002.69 
1,594.00 


4,599.14 
2,888.37 
2,954.07 
2,592.71 
20,217.36 

16,798.54 

11,840.00 


406.38 
450.99 
37.31 
112.89 
307.39 

593.60 

857.00 


422.34 

339.01 

75.01 


295.97 
41.55 
26.25 


561.18 
716.91 
38.53 
128.87 
276.76 

917.02 

1,184.00 


1,375.40 

1,366.35 

220.51 

304.32 


19,223.83 
25,848.36 
23,752.00 


296.70 

1,195.88 

717.00 


51.54 
349.16 
450.00 


572.10 

734.83 

5,125.00 

137.13 


















304,234.86 


22,295.23 


159,466.15 


15,693.05 


11,113.19 


5,275.39 


21,000.09 


47,940.64 




1,926.01 




357.18 


542.40 




2,969.32 


4,626.57 


11,966.68 


1,683.80 


452.06 
















4,366 
665 

87 


466 
79 

11 


2,920 
240 

38 


346 

89 
6 


74 
29 
30 


111 

44 

2 


399 
95 

10 


1,063 

180 

25 


5,118 


556 


3,198 


441 


133 


157 


504 


1,268 



352 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Parkhill 
1,021 


Petrolia 
2,715 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,336 


Port 


Population 


Colborne 
5,417 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,835.48 

3,094.20 

169.98 

583.43 

1,437.00 


$ c. 

11,888.16 

6,455.77 

22,142.83 


$ c. 

2,500.67 

1,067.27 

651.88 


$ c. 

5,620.87 

1,855.65 

22,513.59 


$ c. 
29,269.73 


Commercial light service 


12,496.18 


Commercial power service 


6,821.61 


Municipal power 


6,889.39 


Street lighting 


2,652.00 

97.97 

479.18 


408.00 


1,593.48 


7,740.14 


Merchandise 


125.37 


Miscellaneous 


3.50 


7.27 


701.64 








Total earnings 


10,123.59 


43,715.91 


4,635.09 


32,285.23 


63,342.42 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


8,058.37 


27,560.07 


3,029.86 


26,792.98 


34,988.37 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 




11.97 

2,828.19 
278.77 
651.26 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


177.75 


43.94 


255.16 
51.70 
96.10 


1,720.49 


Line transformer maintenance 


117.10 


Meter maintenance 


100.75 




682.66 


Consumers' premises expenses 




52.58 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


169.51 


212.14 


31.60 


200.80 


1,705.06 


Promotion of business 


60.58 


Billing and collecting 


322.60 

128.45 

39.56 


506.65 

2,021.14 

170.33 

232.73 

1,351.27 

2,364.68 

2,919.00 

400.00 


171.09 

6.58 

30.25 




1,701.41 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,962.79 
47.48 


3,505.76 
199.97 


Truck operation and maintenance 


1,081.51 


Interest 


357.10 

1,040.20 

711.00 


141.52 
199.15 
274.00 


479.68 
1,002.44 
1,071.00 


4,223.41 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


7,121.30 


Depreciation 


4,438.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


11,105.29 


41,508.20 


3,927.99 


31,960.13 


61,598.20 






Net surplus 




2,207.71 


707.10 


325.10 


1,744.22 


Net loss.. 


981.70 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


240 

79 

3 


696 
166 

57 


95 
25 

1 


299 
46 
10 


1,305 


Commercial light service 


227 


Power service 


21 






Total 


322 


919 


121 


355 


1,553 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



353 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Port 
Credit 
1,650 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,495 


Port 
Dover 
1,692 


Port 

Rowan 

692 


Port 
Stanley 

742 


Preston 
6,189 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


$ c. 

13,605.90 
5,172.31 
1,619.25 


$ c. 

13,663.90 
2,129.27 
4,869.74 


$ c. 

7,655.78 
4,253.13 
4,745.95 


$ c. 

3,593.62 

1,620.70 

83.71 


$ c. 

13,455.53 
3,749.74 
3,337.02 

822.37 
2,045.63 


$ c. 

38,287.60 

16,122.95 

34,413.07 

1,075.02 

5,004.09 


$ c. 

2,068.19 

728.69 

3,028.37 


$ c. 

2,945.67 
912.69 


1,112.37 




2,710.00 


1,636.25 


3,101.00 


1,242.00 


481.00 


304.42 


238.57 






22.00 


328.49 


1,556.29 


11.22 


32.00 










24,458.40 


22,299.16 


19,755.86 


6,562.03 


23,738.78 


96,459.02 


6,317.47 


4,194.78 


18,322.07 


15,670.44 


10,769.54 


3,394.68 


14,176.76 


63,670.95 

4,370.58 

61.03 

2,333.22 
672.79 

1,410.07 
118.93 

869.87 


4,752.36 


2,501.98 
















1,060.85 
28.64 


1,634.77 

40.97 

250.45 


1,124.44 

48.08 

503.34 


146.60 


1,817.18 

52.20 

167.42 


3.67 

39.86 

31. .22 


76.22 


288.56 












399.97 


278.03 


453.54 


23.45 


183.59 


75.78 


10.00 


683.80 


723.46 
761.97 
74.70 
269.70 
649.28 

1,167.80 

947.00 


418.60 

670.59 

55.20 


92.02 

110.64 

15.00 


686.51 
696.03 
71.74 
234.10 
370.39 

862.43 

1,273.00 


1,669.77 

1,410.61 

769.75 

401.58 

2,527.55 

.5,470.44 

8,400.00 

300.00 


175.01 
25.12 
14.00 




355.98 
45.00 


346.43 


420.34 

561.85 

1,496.00 


428.73 
1,217.63 
1,316.00 


699.75 
424.18 
345.00 


95.92 
135.01 
254.00 


180.22 
492.77 
338.00 
















23,663.06 


22,468.57 


17,005.69 


5,251.32 


20,591.35 


94,457.14 


5,601.95 


3,945.62 


795.34 




2,750.17 


1,310.71 


3,147.43 


2,001.88 


715.52 


249.16 




169.41 


















398 

75 

6 


560 
48 
13 


496 

128 

11 


101 
31 

1 


606 

97 

9 


1,561 
241 

48 


76 

20 

3 


70 
11 






479 


621 


635 


133 


712 


1,850 


99 


81 



354 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality . 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,299 


Ridgetown 
1,914 


Riverside 
4,975 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 

748 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

7,453.62 

3,772.41 

2,094.54 

421.50 

1,389.00 


$ c. 

9,251.64 
4,947.97 
3,135.34 
873.69 
3,122.50 


$ c. 

37,310.96 
4,128.74 
7,812.02 
1,657.10 
2,499.96 


$ c. 

3,114.32 

1,017.28 

236.51 


$ c. 
3,394.73 


Commercial light service 


2,251.08 


Commercial power service 


1,980.35 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


765.00 


982.02 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


165.20 


704 . 84 


261.43 


46.23 


150.00 






Total earnings 


15,296.27 


22,035.98 


53,670.21 


5,179.34 


8,758.18 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


10,134.08 


15,102.87 


34,813.01 


3,512.96 


6,174.84 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,382.67 


1,069.55 

258.28 
403.28 
110.32 

448.32 

5.92 

800.50 

1,040.23 

77.12 

186.43 

410.51 

379.12 

1,343.00 


564.48 
70.29 

727.07 
1,673.28 

704.22 

692.92 

3,560.25 

1,756.21 

949.25 

717.88 

3,448.56 

3,986.52 

3,999.00 


102.41 


381.62 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




59.61 


169.66 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


232.86 

5.60 

875.18 

395.72 

31.29 


90.67 
35.80 


118.40 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


369.76 


General office, salaries and expenses 
Undistributed expenses 


499.60 


408.17 
24.67 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


221.09 
713.67 
560.00 


117.25 

83.36 

436.00 


303.67 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


291.57 


Depreciation 


429.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


14,552.16 


21,635.45 


57,662.94 


4,937.66 


8,671.36 






Net surplus 


744.11 


400.53 




241.68 


86.82 


Net loss 


3,992.73 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


329 
65 

17 


558 

147 

19 


1,088 
50 

8 


148 

35 

2 


202 


Commercial light service 


74 


Power service 


7 






Total 


411 


724 


1,146 


185 


283 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



355 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



St. Catharines 
26,161 


St. Clair 

Beach 

81 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,023 


St. Thomas 
16,072 


Sandwich 
10,559 


$ c. 

143,939.49 
49,059.69 
98,942.44 


$ c. 

1,848.63 

1,425.73 

262.14 


$ c. 

2,949.80 
1,099.16 
2,059.66 


$ c. 

3,942.31 
1,227.43 
1,145.51 


$ c. 

29,587.34 

10,308.31 

14,790.94 

2,907.23 

4,660.16 


$ c. 

115,912.65 

48,724.75 

48,413.74 

5,920.76 

14,656.97 


$ c. 

87,689 . 76 
15,952.72 
13,311.52 


20,561.66 




370.50 


460.00 


8,458.14 






194.09 


3,285.29 




75.04 


147.83 




3,535.18 


661.78 










315,788.57 


3,536.50 


6,554.16 


6,923.08 


62,253.98 


237,164.05 


126,268.01 


205,037.29 
4,223.33 


2,297.59 


5,453.52 


5,276.70 


45,729.02 

1,235.12 

150.15 

1,439.71 

19.90 

739.72 

5.66 

667.67 

35.92 

1,330.87 

1,133.09 

704.28 

388.34 

2,278.11 

2,257.08 

4,371.00 


169,390.10 

7,373.61 

753.99 

9,607.52 

470.75 

2,413.33 

2,365.61 

2,316.09 
97.32 
5,333.37 
9,836.07 
5,809.30 
1,016.24 
1,934.66 

3,236.79 

13,082.00 


87,384.71 










75.15 


12,686.64 
2,115.76 


112.93 

1.95 

51.95 

52.95 


4.14 


35.93 


2,708.83 
594.38 


4,792.07 
2,253.60 


10.13 


17.10 


1,384.49 
671.07 


4,161.57 


100.53 


51.25 


1,529.38 


19.91 


10.19 

165.75 

26.09 

88.68 

56.00 

281.76 

357.09 

332.00 




10,513.61 

10,007.50 

4,294.85 

2,244.05 


541.24 
56.16 
25.75 


261.00 

82.45 
15.00 


5,840.95 

6,295.47 

942.21 

1,101.11 


10,209.98 
13,315.40 
17,413.00 


184.93 
227.90 
312.00 


107.95 
405.32 
352.00 


5,856.00 
6,824.73 
5,931.00 
















303,288.56 


3,834.93 


6,916.30 


6,604.70 


62,485.64 


235,036.75 


127,139.48 


12,500.01 






318.38 




2,127.30 






298.43 


362.14 


231.66 


871.47 










6,414 
716 
153 


39 
5 

1 


132 

37 

3 


113 

28 

6 


1,034 

183 

32 


4,060 
639 

76 


2,457 
202 

27 


7,283 


45 


172 


147 


1,249 


4,775 


2,686 



356 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

S YSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Sarnia 
17,620 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 


Seaforth 
1,697 


Simcoe 
5,174 


Springfield 


Population 


372 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

108,430.08 

46,211.30 

167,019.50 

5,366-. 17 

18,623.73 

552.89 

8,311.79 


$ c. 

95,233.61 
20,281.81 
10,086.88 
12,120.75 
14,346.96 


$ c. 

10,688.44 
5,223.45 

4,081.29 

789.47 

1,788.00 


$ c. 

21,450.54 

23,848.73 

24,251.23 

1,927.97 

4,514.83 


$ c. 
1,775.06 


Commercial light service 


734.68 


Commercial power service 


1,262.21 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


552.75 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,205.50 


4.50 


906.26 


233.55 






Total earnings 


354,515.46 


153,275.51 


22,575.15 


76,899.56 


4,558.25 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


237,602.84 

8,450.59 

82.43 

7,291.89 
552.56 

3,253.76 
638.33 

5,384.73 
1,638.65 
8,167.40 
11,529.97 
5,990.64 
2,668.31 
7,528.16 

21,624.84 

18,129.00 


85,070.69 


15,156.79 

150.85 


45,038.42 

558.72 


3,273.04 


Substation operation. . 




Substation maintenance 


38.78 

5,770.68 
704.96 
971.02 
105.91 

1,994.21 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,183.33 

40.51 

210.71 


3,515.87 

122.37 

1,198.06 

43.15 

788.63 


37.48 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


4.80 


Consumers' premises expenses . 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


239.77 
472.70 
773.46 
393.52 
106.71 
230.60 
7.47 


77.15 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


6,518.87 
5,699.23 
2,106.50 
1,782.72 
10,794.35 

14,169.75 

11,240.00 


1,692.50 

2,423.26 

452.46 

521.75 

2,508.48 

3,103.66 
3,460.00 


233.35 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


200.28 
11.25 


Truck operation and maintenance 
Interest 


200.70 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


177.94 


Depreciation 


1,830.00 


350.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


340,534.10 


146,967.67 


21,796.42 


65,427.33 


4,565.99 






Net surplus 


13,981.36 


6,307.84 


778.73 


11,472.23 




Net loss 


7.74 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


4,507 
615 

84 


4,483 

361 

36 


474 

117 

14 


1,207 
314 

38 


97 


Commercial light service 


30 


Power service 


4 






Total 


5,206 


4,880 


605 


1,559 


131 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



357 



' 'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 
1,174 


Stratford 
18,673 


Strathroy 

2,887 


Sutton 
806 


Tavistock 
1,050 


Tecumseh 
2,423 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c. 

54,149.44 
6,926.87 
7,097.21 
1,891.39 


$ c. 

7,017.62 

2,824.27 

860.47 


$ c. 

148,616.88 
53,007.40 
52,668.20 
10,762.45 
16,458.81 
137.73 
7,136.31 


$ c. 

20,711.72 
9,857.75 
9,642.88 
1,664.95 
4,050.96 


$ c. 

7,298.86 
2,878.02 
1,004.28 


$ c. 

6,973.88 

2,078.20 

9,260.41 

479.80 

1,225.66 


$ c. 

13,661.18 
3,418.64 
1,492.87 


$ c. 

2,495.30 
1,401.50 

3,548.72 


7,656.75 
326.61 


1,638.00 


1,886.50 


960.00 


517.00 


612.11 


330.22 


1,200.17 


120.74 


493.32 




387.19 








78,660.38 


12,670.58 


288,787.78 


47,128.43 


13,188.40 


20,511.27 


19,532.69 


8,349.71 


37,726.89 
618.14 


8,421.96 


191,045.49 

4,767.58 
1,422.47 

5,328.04 
291.50 

2,205.45 
439.58 

2,816.83 


29,573.77 

288.10 
108.53 

1,111.62 

548.23 

609.13 

57.00 

498.05 
163.83 
870.81 

1,778.25 
430.90 
294.71 

1,800.54 

1,524".44 
3,266.00 


9,022.84 


16,648.72 


9,660.87 


6,332.50 














4,205.02 
16.00 


819.10 


575.20 


441.22 

17.15 

201.19 


543.11 

64.63 

466.01 

379.11 

254.92 
177.42 

1,649.70 
383.53 
420.80 
442.33 

1,188.18 

1,404.37 
1,515.00 


198.22 


1,095.60 






170.98 


300.31 






2.50 


1,500.34 
571.44 


164.56 


198.88 


101.79 


49.74 


3,149.67 




5,251.34 
2,951.70 
7,234.08 
1,033.23 
21,775.00 

9,239.60 

20,357.00 

1,700.00 




619.96 

159.49 

65.64 


123.40 


4,079.10 
1,288.44 


377.23 


601.75 


150.53 
29.00 


1,574.12 








9,271.46 

11,133.25 

5,983.00 


364.56 

1,596.02 

531.00 


896.03 

1,420.67 

876.00 


183.33 

• 206.98 

800.00 


85.03 
218.89 
445.00 
















82,512.78 


12,274.43 


277,858.89 


42,923.91 


13,591.37 


19,445.47 


18,549.98 


7,805.79 




396.15 


10,928.89 


4,204.52 




1,065.80 


982.71 


543 . 92 


3,852.40 


402.97 


















1,668 
93 
13 


339 

86 
5 


4,298 
618 
131 


809 
171 

27 


399 

79 

4 


256 

72 
7 


504 

50 

3 


124 

41 

7 


1,774 


430 


5,047 


1,007 


482 


335 


557 


172 



358 



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STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Thames- 
ville 
763 


Thedford 
572 


Thorn- 
dale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
4,945 


Tilbury 


Population 


1,897 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,938.61 
2,596.58 
1,859.09 
241.65 
1,193.52 


$ c. 

3,032.53 
1,978.94 
1,401.97 


$ c. 

1,391.02 
909.59 
252.97 


$ c. 

18,646.70 
6,594.17 

30,285.73 
4,022.88 
3,663.50 


$ c. 
6,979.95 


Commercial light service 


7,364.40 


Commercial power service 


6,989.06 


Municipal power 


225.00 


Street lighting 


1,035.00 


384.00 


1,591.20 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


349.82 


63.94 


10.97 


378.93 


550.33 






Total earnings 


10,179.27 


7,512.38 


2,948.55 


63,591.91 


23,699.94 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


6,177.66 


4,855.61 


2,622.75 


45,683.43 
2,281.61 


16,038.73 


Substation operation. 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


609.46 


100.89 


80.77 


2,389.30 


1,731.01 


Line transformer maintenance 


31.82 


Meter maintenance 


99.79 


12.80 




285.03 
15.61 

664.59 


147.84 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


245.55 


86.09 


41.99 


469.75 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


243.36 

272.28 
48.66 


219.62 

81.80 
18.25 


61.57 
27.65 
11.25 


1,244.94 

1,030.05 

204.88 

331.54 


726.60 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


960.65 
193.42 


Truck operation and maintenance... 


146.49 


Interest 


242.85 
587.10 
766.00 


540.74 
902.57 
395.00 


71.21 

91.42 

240.00 


403.53 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




675.51 


Depreciation 


2,784.00 


1,163.00 


Other reserves. . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


9,292.71 


7,213.37 


3,248.61 


56,914.98 


22,688.35 






Net surplus 


886.56 


299.01 




6,676.93 


1,011.59 


Net loss 


300.06 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


217 
70 

7 


131 

39 

3 


60 
23 

1 


1,166 

191 

17 


423 


Commercial light service 


134 


Power service 


14 






Total 


294 


173 


84 


1,374 


571 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



359 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Tillson- 
burg 
3,380 


Toronto 
626,674 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Walkerville 

10,458 


Wallaceburg 
4,457 


$ c. 

15,509.18 
12,131.26 


$ c. 

3,940,857.77 
2,983,712.69 
3,358,716.36 
1,328,189.65 
533,936.40 


$ c. 

60,681.43 

13,976.92 

8,086.71 


$ c. 

13,991.77 
663.51 
533.41 


$ c. 

5,818.71 


$ c. 

105,974.52 

29,693.55 

144,910.10 


$ c. 

19,094.33 
10,407.36 


10,918.66 




50,644.31 


755.81 




1,875.71 


4,379.28 


4,975.20 






11,640.96 
3,880.41 
2,492.70 


4,168.00 


355.57 








475.99 


283,200.25 


1,265.31 


320.30 


105.00 


1,629.79 


44,525.75 


12,428,613.12 


88,985.57 


15,508.99 


5,923.71 


298,592.24 


87,819.50 


28,202.87 
1,016.79 


6,676,750.66 
205,890.03 
253,206.29 

329,903.74 
35,491.39 
96,805.75 

276,060.59 

116,045.39 
149,169.54 
341,725.75 
357,025.76 
*132,064.49 


51,638.63 


7,534.40 


2,593.00 


218,495.39 
5,532.69 
1,271.25 

4,924.34 

188.53 
2,898.76 
5,857.53 

2,468.14 
3,404.34 
5,266.79 
9,610.64 
6,083.04 
2,179.88 
6,692.07 

16,105.89 

16,943.00 


61,579.66 
252.00 












3,000.21 

47.38 


4,187.97 
185.42 
348.15 


2,080.28 


438.49 


1,940.98 
31.99 


465.27 


5.35 


47.70 


811.00 


980.17 


956.75 






734.60 








1,008.29 


1,000.46 


3,079.20 

4,488.71 

429.70 

1,906.29 

3,511.04 

5,437.99 

8,810.00 






2,184.18 


3,551.69 
162.18 
592 . 52 


1,397.61 
109.09 
254.39 
693.82 

• 979.77 

1,174.00 


524.77 
38.86 


2,587.79 

1,353.89 

981.32 


461.76 
1,079.24 


1,328,484.07 

1,287,878.00 

850,392.62 


520.96 


2,592.63 
2,905.92 


3,264.00 

38.66 


325.00 


4,807.00 
















43,863.20 


12,436,894.57 


84,979.85 


14,228.71 


4,488.78 


307,922.28 


83,771.25 


662.55 




4,005.72 


1,280.28 


1,434.93 




4,048.25 




8,281.45 


9,330.04 














905 
239 


154,321 

25,281 

5,144 


1,969 

183 

23 


266 
2 
9 


148 


2,522 
314 

87 


1,040 
234 


31 




29 








1,175 


184,746 


2,175 


277 


148 


2,923 


1,303 



Includes $25,817.88 provision for York township profit. 



360 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

S YSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Wards- 
ville 
240 


Water- 
down 
919 


Waterford 
1,213 


Waterloo 
8,714 


Watford 


Population 


941 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,105.32 
1,181.89 


$ c. 

5,682.98 
1,774.40 
2,003.95 


$ c. 

6,537.53 
1,625.85 
4,309.62 
309.96 
1,514.00 


$ c. 

61,882.58 

21,335.54 

25,210.32 

3,571.79 

7,514.42 

402.26 

514.32 


$ c. 
6,272.18 


Commercial light service 


3,341.42 


Commercial power service 


2,304.08 


Municipal power 




401.89 


Street lighting 


720'. 00 


932.00 


1,344.96 


Merchandise 


144.10 


Miscellaneous 


1.04 


38.26 


272.54 


282.07 






Total earnings 


3,008.25 


10,431.59 


14,569.50 


120,431.23 


14,090.70 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,912.27 


6,568.65 


11,362.71 


82,258.71 

2,282.68 

821.81 

3,529.19 


9,345.12 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


32.18 


308.00 
21.55 
67.70 


439.70 
28.52 
46.05 


866.07 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


20.75 


536.93 
79.32 

1,142.40 


120.16 


Consumers' premises expenses ... 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


52.57 


73.40 


326.81 


130.31 


Promotion of business 


306.08 


Billing and collecting 




509.94 

156.41 

25.00 


556.33 

278.60 
30.44 


2,110.63 
3,089.28 
288.18 
1,032.96 
2,873.11 

5,141.88 

8,947.00 


527.85 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


198.57 


657.34 
27.01 


Truck operation and maintenance... 




115.99 


Interest 


674.73 






84.97 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






751.82 


Depreciation 


246.00 


830.00 


1,000.00 


783.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,137.07 


8,560.65 


14,069.16 


114,134.08 


13,715.72 






Net surplus 




1,870.94 


500.34 


6,297.15 


374.98 


Net loss 


128.82 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


52 
22 


227 

36 

6 


315 
74 
10 


1,868 

243 

75 


272 


Commercial light service 


73 


Power service 


5 








Total 


74 


269 


399 


2,186 


350 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



361 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Welland 
10,655 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
776 


Weston 

4,828 


Wheatley 
754 


Windsor 
61,173 


Wood- 
bridge 
740 


Woodstock 
11,007 


$ c. 

50,577.63 

28,858.24 

61,434.95 

3,218.30 


$ c. 

2,838.42 
1,534.96 
1,796.02 


$ c. 

2,957.12 

1,392.58 

833.03 


$ c. 

42,202.72 
9,284.20 

35,909.34 

594.67 

7,606.38 


$ c. 

3,905.06 
2,598.56 
1,185.20 
507.02 
1,311.00 


$ c. 

511,282.35 

227,281.25 

177,649.32 

11,614.41 

76,078.97 


$ c. 

6,305.43 

1,799.56 

4,186.45 

394.90 

900.00 


$ c. 

73,933.41 

37,360.16 

50,551.05 

2,998.39 


10,864.34 
723.49 


720.00 


1,010.00 


8,064.05 
8.83 


5,087.75 


11.35 


137.82 


1,118.37 


82.50 




50.91 


5,139.63 








160,764.70 


6,900.75 


6,330.55 


96,715.68 


9,589.34 


1,003,906.30 


13,637.25 


178,055.52 


95,190.94 
5,012.65 


4,815.44 


4,112.96 


74,778.50 
163.42 


6,369.56 


582,588.51 

15,967.79 

3,630.91 

17,513.30 

2,300.78 

13,998.39 

24,911.60 

17,475.00 
22,976.52 
30,038.11 
27,431.43 
17,302.90 
13,968.00 
62,979.69 

89,290.08 

66,658.00 


10,241.61 


134,573.04 
2,799.37 


116.12 










187.20 


6,230.58 
243.86 


22.35 

4.50 

12.60 


219.28 
88.65 
26.71 


4,966.88 

256.85 

272.50 

65.05 

1,058.83 


642.79 

8.80 

54.80 


214.23 


5,763.24 

83.85 


3,837.78 
372.94 


79.74 
3.42 

68.05 


739.04 


1,623.30 


106.55 


177.26 


274.94 


2,312.30 
20.29 


3,624.45 




398.53 

189.26 

15.00 


760.72 

2,872.76 

626.20 

460.49 

2,077.92 

3,179.39 

4,983.00 


324.70 

216.07 

63.21 




3,800.43 


8,951.72 
650.33 


444.37 
30.25 


717.01 


5,045.15 
1,374.45 


1,743.62 




831.76 


14,951.45 
10,319.66 
12,654.53 


105.36 
549.02 
324.00 


314.42 
272.49 
618.00 


457.45 
636.85 
609.00 


413.58 
307.61 
812.00 


3,471.34 

2,761.53 

12,046.00 


















165,523.93 


6,414.44 


6,432.56 


96,522.51 


9,658.17 


1,009,031.01 


12,857.25 


175,808.99 




486.31 




193.17 






780.00 


2,246.53 


4,759.23 


102.01 


68.83 


5,124.71 














2,334 
446 

83 


127 

45 

5 


189 

48 

3 


1,256 

176 

29 


169 

60 

3 


14,975 

2,236 

310 


254 

50 

5 


2,934 

453 

89 


2,863 


177 


240 


1,461 


232 


17,521 


309 


3,476 



362 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 

NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
505 


*York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,709.73 
1,662.31 

87.71 


$ c. 

566,632.56 
67,907.02 

92,880.85 


$ c. 

3,113.96 
1,910.73 


$ c. 
9,604,512.57 


Commercial light service 


5,139,414.23 


Commercial power service 


7,877,715.59 


Municipal power 




1,701,392.17 


Street lighting 


765.00 


49,474.56 


693.00 


1,386,594.83 


Merchandise 


14,297.09 


Miscellaneous 


44.65 


14,806.16 


110.15 


467,775.40 






Total earnings 


5,269.40 


791,701.15 


5,827.84 


26,191,701.88 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


3,203.43 


404,461.50 
28,077.36 


4,567.43 


15,868,783.17 


Substation operation 


386,968.11 


Substation maintenance 






288,619.26 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


210.82 


19,196.83 
3,530.40 
7,043.64 

22,680.12 

7,685.07 

2,670.56 

37,036.67 

32,606.98 

36,996.59 


363.22 


683,672.08 


Line transformer maintenance 


65,931.93 


Meter maintenance 




14.65 


234,461.39 


Consumers' premises expenses 




343,929.33 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


60.31 


77.18 


259,221.89 


Promotion of business 


213,167.77 


Billing and collecting 


258.69 
109.60 


230.62 
22.96 
28.63 


676,559.08 


General office, salaries and expenses 
Undistributed expenses 


738,922.25 
290,400.65 


Truck operation and maintenance ... 




77,518.89 


Interest 


99.68 

795.58 
404.00 


202,967.45 
23,012.96 
21,394.00 


209.19 

184.28 
388.00 


1,982,280.53 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,161,666.45 


Depreciation 


1,655,012.39 


Other reserves 


25,145.12 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


5,142.11 


849,360.13 


6,086.16 


25,952,260.29 






Net surplus 


127.29 






239,441.59 


Net loss 


57,658.98 


258.32 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


128 

49 

1 


20,343 

1,062 

148 


124 
46 


368,720 


Commercial light service 


57,479 


Power service 


10,599 








Total 


178 


21,553 


170 


436,798 







*In this column the figures given are for the year ended Dec. 31st, 1933, and are not 
included in the System summary. The 1934 figures for York Twp. are included with the Toronto 
column figures, and have not yet been segregated. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



363 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Alliston 
1,379 


Arthur 
1,036 


Barrie 

7,686 


Beaverton 
989 


Beeton 
601 


Bradford 
1,060 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Cannington 
864 


$ c. 

8,598.06 
4,699.85 
1,876.35 

795.78 


$ c. 

4,532.27 

3,718.74 

1,455.95 

535.65 

1,747.92 


$ c. 

53,312.22 

29,040.17 

16,462.72 

1,029.02 

5,973.25 

49.32 

1,250.92 


$ c. 

6,186.17 
2,247.30 
1,138.88 


$ c. 

3,702.58 
2,562.38 
1,837.31 


$ c. 

6,521.11 
3,161.58 
1,882.87 
367.50 
1,139.00 


$ c. 

957.73 
990.36 
826.19 


$ c. 

5,228.96 

2,237.31 

618.71 


2,070.00 


1,290.04 


1,185.00 


594.00 


1,077.00 


151.05 




778.88 


18.87 


85.34 


28.89 


80.90 








18,191.09 


11,990.53 


107,117.62 


11,641.27 


9,306.14 


13,157.40 


3,397.17 


9,242.88 


11,501.96 


8,683.27 


71,303.93 

1,042.98 


6,989.65 


6,480.58 


8,480.93 


2,268.04 


5,963.58 
















811.04 


556.10 


2,849.79 

192.73 

1,212.22 


505.88 

7.55 

25.99 


426.96 


267.53 


318.56 


584.39 


























182.28 


98.32 


1,162.04 


205.42 


108.03 


121.24 


45.14 


240.59 


746.07 




3,128.09 

1,181.48 

1,097.93 

746.34 

2,574.43 

2,818.99 
7,335.00 


544.10 

207.08 

85.00 




815.63 

76.50 

242.34 






98.86 
205.29 


369.05 


387.34 


69.36 


651.44 












1,669.37 
1,478.60 
1,388.00 


1,197.33 
763.19 
945.00 


331.17 

599.36 

1,145.00 


513.80 
469.36 
605.00 


1,125.50 
887.55 
862.00 


210.98 
104.19 
143.00 


463.66 
642.55 
682.00 


















18,081.47 


12,612.26 


96,645.95 


10,646.20 


8,991.07 


12,879.22 


3,159.27 


9,228.21 


109.62 




10,471.67 


995.07 


315.07 


278.18 


237.90 


14.67 




621.73 


















341 

112 

14 


185 

86 

4 


2,035 

410 

43 


313 
61 
10 


125 
37 

4 


227 

65 

. 8 


44 

27 
3 


240 
69 
10 


467 


275 


2,488 


384 


166 


300 


74 


319 



364 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality .. 


Chats- 
worth 
308 


Chesley 
1,762 


Coldwater 
632 


Colling- 
wood 
5,536 


Cooks- 


Population 


town 
P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,692.75 
1,367.56 


$ c. 

8,984.38 
4,079.24 
8,385.20 
1,034.85 
1,605.34 
13.09 
649.52 


$ c. 

2,852.44 
1,761.53 
5,363.65 


$ c. 

26,049.30 
9,664.85 

15,001.34 
1,898.28 
2,832.00 


$ c. 
2,384.91 


Commercial light service 


1,099.95 

780.27 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power . : 






Street lighting 


492.00 
47.58 


571.00 


840.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


191.75 


1,550.00 


10.07 








Total earnings 


3,599.89 


24,751.62 


10,740.37 


56,995.77 


5,115.20 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,943.29 


16,219.09 


7,477.56 


46,302.23 
39.75 


2,723.89 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


144.11 


594.56 

23.00 

203.00 


359.95 


1,867.69 


132.64 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 






79.40 




Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


52.38 


206.10 


36.85 


343.88 

20.77 

3,096.68 

2,699.42 

517.07 

240.87 


89.84 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




429.71 
610.82 
107.20 
57.00 
302.72 

2,044.33 

1,256.00 




192.69 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


263.11 


343.54 


50.31 
19.00 


Truck operation and maintenance 








Interest 


280.09 
221.06 
279.00 


205.79 
281.97 
555.00 


353.35 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




301.24 


Depreciation 


3,940.00 


525.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges... 


3,183.04 


22,053.53 


9,260.66 


59,147.76 


4,387.96 






Net surplus 


416.85 


2,698.09 


1,479.71 




727.24 


Net loss 


2,151.99 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


79 
33 


422 
98 
19 


135 

53 

3 


1,303 

200 

52 


99 


Commercial light service 


28 


Power service 


4 








Total 


112 


539 


191 


1,555 


131 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



365 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Creemore 
620 


Dundalk 
650 


Durham 
1,776 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
488 


Grand 

Valley 

589 


Graven- 
hurst 
1,956 


$ c. 

3,733.87 
2,150.81 

854.17 


$ c. 

2,783.62 
2,257.59 
2,189.91 


$ c. 

6,631.32 
4,294.98 
5,757.02 
717.67 
1,935.00 


$ c. 

2,805.65 

1,684.05 

2,771.03 

140.05 

650.00 


$ c. 

1,174.92 

652.37 

1,234.95 


$ c. 

2,630.38 

1,886.48 

192.89 


$ c. 

3,495.14 
1,828.42 
1,753.93 


$ c. 

9,438.44 

5,842.96 

8,009.48 

701.58 


708.00 


1,230.00 


529.00 


621.00 


936.00 


2,179.00 
177.06 




173.97 


429.01 


35.29 


37.52 


33.13 


116.52 


83.75 






7,446.85 


8,635.09 


19,765.00 


8,086.07 


3,628.76 


5,363.88 


8,130.01 


26,432.27 


5,056.67 


5,832.59 


14,375.17 


5,624.42 


2,206.15 


3,411.87 


5,122.10 


15,001.49 
14.20 


















222.17 


579.18 


489.46 
25.00 
73.60 


538.27 


45.48 


95.28 


205.16 


778.41 
48.76 














198.00 
















63.72 


102.49 


303.08 


103.04 


9.60 


54.92 


115.74 


264.31 






972.82 
469.81 
171.74 
272.19 
257.99 

1,374.73 

1,168.00 










2,165.33 


211.20 


622.37 


282.77 
4.00 


198.17 


405.46 


562.78 


302.65 
253.56 












405.38 


72.12 
534.79 
403.00 


34.28 
398.16 
451.00 


161.83 
293.53 
631.00 


181.59 
451.64 
248.00 


425.85 
233.48 
348.00 


158.86 
805.22 
545.00 


648.59 

434.51 

1,780.00 

275.00 


















6,563 67 


8,020.07 


19,953.59 


7,638.86 


3,340.63 


4,974.86 


7,514.86 


22,570.19 


883.18 


615.02 




447.21 


288.13 


389.02 


615.15 


3,862.08 




188.59 


















145 

52 

2 


166 
67 

4 


422 

112 

10 


156 
57 

8 


59 
19 

1 


139 
51 

2 


156 

48 
4 


460 

107 

13 


199 


237 


544 


221 


79 


192 


208 


580 



366 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Hanover 
3,039 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,563 


Kincardine 
2,511 


Kirkfield 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

19,142.23 
6,936.51 

18,638.24 

293.08 

2,992.00 


$ c. 

1,304.56 
612.16 
'27.30 


$ c. 

11,427.81 
7,860.94 

12,224.17 
1,400.00 
2,714.35 


$ c. 

14,453.96 

7,117.59 

10,717.54 

1,570.10 

4,133.75 


$ c. 
759.85 


Commercial light service 


1,160.68 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 




Street lighting 


350.00 


460.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,668.20 




894.18 


48.63 










Total earnings 


49,670.26 


2,294.02 


36,521.45 


38,041.57 


2,380.53 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


30,090.20 


1,873.31 


25,318.32 


26,838.54 


1,410.37 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 








314.69 
1,169.54 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,679.50 

35.05 

187.91 


40.71 


1,729.94 


310.21 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




252.58 






Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


321.36 


10.72 


618.25 

69.68 

1,121.26 

714.96 

525.37 
96.65 

310.60 

727.55 
1,120.00 


299.12 
165.06 
671.80 
523.33 
392.44 
247.58 
1,987.45 

3,352.96 

2,171.00 


10.03 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


1,010.86 
719.60 
420.00 
161.86 

2,157.47 

5,489.83 
3,348.00 






General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


158.83 


30.57 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


165.75 
225.54 
112.00 


220.13 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


368.75 


Depreciation 


215.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges.. 


45,621.64 


2,586.86 


32,605.16 


38,133.51 


2,565.06 






Net surplus 


4,048.62 




3,916.29 






Net loss 


292.84 


91.94 


184.53 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


716 

121 

20 


53 

20 


589 

124 
12 


617 

121 

20 


31 


Commercial light service 


20 


Power service 










Total 


857 


73 


725 


758 


51 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



367 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Lucknow 
964 


Markdale 
792 


Meaford 

2,687 


Midland 
6,925 


Mildmay 

714 


Mount 
Forest 
1,839 


Neustadt 
458 


Orangeville 

2,785 


$ c. 

6,700.39 

3,071.61 

3,073.45 

499.53 


$ c. 

3,724.51 

2,611.63 

788.98 

160.81 

900.00 


$ c. 

11,855.47 
6,719.73 
4,561.18 
1,013.70 
3,196.00 
4.43 
860.99 


$ c. 

34,852.11 

13.540.44 

49,964.39 

3,272.92 

6,147.50 


$ c. 

2,980.43 
2,010.99 

775.68 


$ c. 

7,630.71 
5,318.39 
3,331.27 
998.91 
2,220.75 


$ c. 

2,220.52 

1,411.70 

42.21 


$ c. 

15,287.50 
9,448.93 
6,118.70 
1,174.97 


1,512.00 


847.00 


975.00 


3,387.00 
19.22 


265.37 


78.01 


2,141.76 


39.95 


232.09 




187.37 








15,122.35 


8,263.94 


28,211.50 


109,919.12 


6,654.05 


19,732.12 


4,649.43 


35,623.69 


10,595.27 


5,403.80 


15,614.15 


79,290.97 

1,884.27 

115.16 

2,935.70 

16.78 
1,281.04 


3,537.31 


15,248.51 


3,333.21 


23,271.67 
















218.70 


82.49 


2,079.68 
10.54 
65.72 


169.00 


507.89 


171.37 


1,115.37 






6.70 


103.05 




153.85 








11.05 


106.36 


62.10 


128.72 


742.80 
971.61 
2,110.46 
1,934.44 
1,394.42 
294.32 
3,236.02 

4,132.95 

9,885.00 


74.60 


333.13 


60.70 


357.65 






676.12 
490.05 
443.31 

221.87 
1,917.09 




707.95 

112.07 

67.70 

76.97 

645.99 

670.42 

1,366.00 




1,422.69 


1,081.87 


443.32 


391.57 


220.53 


59.65 

105.28 












670.95 
1,018.15 


337.29 
324.94 
599.00 


594.77 


917.75 

1,039.49 

581.00 


497.38 
2,410.04 


762.00 


1,400.00 


215.00 


2,019.00 


















14,453.30 


7,252.94 


23,047.25 


110,225.94 


4,988.95 


19,839.68 


6,324.05 


31,423.63 


669.05 


1,011.00 


5,164.25 




1,665.10 






4,200.06 




306.82 


107.56 


1,674.62 














271 

88 
6 


196 

72 
9 


637 

142 

16 


1,589 
216 

58 


147 

47 
2 


458 

143 

13 


92 
31 

1 


669 

155 

25 


365 


277 


795 


1,863 


196 


614 


124 


849 



368 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Owen 
Sound 
12,894 


Paisley 
713 


Penetang- 

uishene 

4,352 


Port 
Elgin 
1,351 


Port 


Population 


McNicoll 
880 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

64,828.86 
37,669.05 
39,406.15 


$ c. 

3,971.68 

2,728.17 
1,208.53 


$ c. 

12,235.60 

4,501.99 

11,308.93 

2,185.58 
2,149.00 


$ c. 

7,696.56 
3,962.43 
3,275.30 

853.78 
2,162.16 


$ c. 
3,312.27 


Commercial light service 


835.07 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 




Street lighting 


12,832.96 

824.75 
764.32 


1,408.00 


927.50 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


138.00 


96.23 


610.22 








Total earnings 


156,326.09 


9,454.38 


32,477.33 


18,560.45 


5,074.84 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


99,048.60 
3,575.02 


6,107.68 


21,458.75 

434.44 

80.64 

1,634.89 

8.24 

74.75 

16.08 

216.49 
33.00 
879.46 
508.93 
235.50 
289.47 
1,142.08 

1,734.44 

2,920.00 


8,057.61 


2,771.46 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


4,474.15 

774.51 

1,916.38 

4.88 

2,072.42 
136.07 
4,867.73 
5,248.31 
2,908.57 
821.94 


183.66 


874 . 03 
12.87 
55.95 


495.12 


Line transformer maintenance.. 




Meter maintenance 






Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


109.50 


181.11 


137.65 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




703.58 
126.92 
122.12 
273.73 
1,921.90 

1,470.02 

871.00 




General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


528.91 


147.19 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


555.05 

783.82 
526.00 


157.15 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




514.10 


Depreciation 


7,222.00 


405.00 


Other reserves ... 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges... 


133,070.58 


8,794.62 


31,667.16 


14,670.84 


4,627.67 






Net surplus 


23,255.51 


659.76 


810.17 


3,889.61 


447.17 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


3,185 

574 
118 


175 

53 

4 


609 

102 

27 


365 

84 
9 


195 


Commercial light service 


32 


Power service 








Total 


3,877 


232 


738 


458 


227 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



369 



"B" — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Port Perry 
1,104 


Price ville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
465 


Rosseau 
286 


Shelburne 
1,121 


South- 
ampton 
1,356 


Stayner 
995 


Sunder- 
Land 
P.V. 


$ c. 

6,817.87 
2,864.18 
2,133.88 


$ c. 

560.73 
373.66 


$ c. 

3,313.20 
1,818.19 


$ c. 

3,267.90 
969.41 


$ c. 

5,485.48 
3,530.53 
2,080.78 
658.37 
1,056.00 


$ c. 

7,945.62 
3,376.56 
3,074.40 
1,288.00 
2,294.00 


$ c. 

4,425.38 
2,750.32 
2,337.22 


$ c. 

2,331.70 

1,760.97 

60.67 


350.96 










1,471.25 


560.00 


1,070.00 


1,239.00 


1,410.00 


720.00 


900.65 


11.98 


20.74 


11.57 


165.49 


173.13 


212.65 


52.81 


14,538.79 


1,506.37 


6,222.13 


5,487.88 


12,976.65 


18,151.71 


11,135.57 


4,926.15 


9,098.91 


1,084.48 


3,901.53 


3,622.17 


9,007.40 


7,877.77 


7,630.55 


3,017.96 


















968.11 


24.20 


66.53 


149.02 


548.82 


1,215.27 


540.22 


245.21 












31.27 


48.22 












6.00 
76.52 




137.23 


24.81 


85.77 


46.75 


263.85 


180.75 


105.40 








191.10 
33.72 
29.00 


558.02 
84.97 


831.59 
411.11 
161.91 
321.37 
1,238.65 

1,155.31 

766.00 


502.86 

92.39 

137.00 




761.91 


50.64 


504.66 


368.24 












899.68 
792.35 
855.00 


457.54 
347.90 
182.00 


623.37 
404.69 

441.00 


758.54 
353.40 
236.00 


276.77 

1,389.37 

993.00 


79.88 
366.00 
850.00 


195.87 
233.63 
290.00 


















13,513.19 


2,171.57 


6,027.55 


5,419.70 


12,940.87 


14,274.10 


10,427.87 


4,456.31 


1,025.60 




194.58 


68.18 


35.78 


3,877.61 


707.70 


469.84 




665.20 


















310 

79 

9 


27 
11 


120 
50 


62 
20 


287 
85 
14 


396 

81 
12 


251 

82 
11 


112 

39 

1 












398 


38 


170 


82 


386 


489 


344 


152 



370 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Tara 
505 


Teeswater 
796 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 
556 


Uxbridge 
1,512 


Population 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,701.95 

1,373.63 

751.17 


$ c. 

4,475.34 

2,514.88 

' 1,006.74 

180.00 

1,402.00 


$ c. 

1,432.28 
567.49 
299.37 


$ c. 

3,270.65 

1,954.92 

229.75 

193.91 

1,225.08 


$ c. 
8,265.16 


Commercial light service 


3,295.58 


Commercial power service 


968.73 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


1,126.00 


880.00 


1,743.02 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


21.47 


160.07 


8.15 


14.95 


422.24 






Total earnings 


5,974.22 


9,739.03 


3,187.29 


6,889.26 


14,694.73 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


3,311.63 


5,399.38 


1,635.54 


5,487.57 


10,246.55 


Substation operation 
















Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


86.37 


70.85 


35.75 


306.95 


706.28 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 












Consumers' premises expenses 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


94.13 


66.98 


33.65 


108.96 


255.23 


Promotion of business.. . 




Billing and collecting... 












General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


572.15 


510.59 


84.44 


215.71 


801.21 


Truck operation and maintenance 












Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 

Depreciation 


302.40 
994.65 
546.00 


838.54 

1,206.43 

712.00 


270.07 
450.53 
317.00 


405.68 
404.02 
425.00 


723.91 

1,032.09 

695.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


5,907.33 


8,804.77 


2,826.98 


7,353.89 


14,460.27 


Net surplus 


66.89 


934.26 


360.31 




234.46 


Net loss.... 


464.63 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


140 

37 

4 


196 

60 

6 


56 

17 

2 


121 

52 

5 


360 


Commercial light service 


93 


Power service 


10 






Total 


181 


262 


75 


178 


463 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



371 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Victoria 

Harbor 

1,126 


Walker- 
ton 
2,370 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 
1,815 


Winder- 
mere 
130 


Wingham 
1,923 


Wood- 
ville 
420 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

2,920.70 

839.58 

47.27 


$ c. 

15,025.75 

8,269.30 

4,344.67 

635.48 

2,402.04 

187.30 

70.24 


$ c. 

2,315.90 

715.54 

414.15 

98.66 

405.00 


$ c. 

8,263.00 
5,775.95 
2,291.15 
1,494.19 
2,300.00 


$ c. 

2,540.07 
1,172.79 


$ c. 

12,831.04 

6,946.66 

9,341.01 

638.50 

3,423.00 

215.64 

395.10 


$ c. 

2,266.10 

1,131.46 

704.41 


$ c. 

488,537.06 
256,748.09 
273,940.21 


124.66 




26,306.49 


702.00 


455.00 


532.00 


105,934.91 
1,538.39 


5.59 


64.47 


225.80 


35.65 


212.61 


16,916.06 


4,639.80 


30,934.78 


4,013.72 


20,350.09 


4,203.51 


33,790.95 


4,846.58 


1,169,921.21 


2,892.10 


15,333.55 


1,937.22 


13,459.79 


2,122.33 


16,547.73 
1,456.54 


2,870.91 


758,723.26 

8,447.20 














510.49 


198.83 


1,432.42 
215.38 
390.38 


158.82 


515.20 


248.51 


2,138.35 


389.30 


42,289.57 
1,370.41 






86.54 




41.60 




6,488.15 










38.01 


107.38 


490.42 


62.64 


209.58 


19.25 


511.73 


37.05 


12,669.80 
1,396.19 




1,366.07 

1,169.70 

102.66 

380.87 

2,954.71 

2,100.57 

1,386.00 




990.55 

127.84 

195.76 

226.56 

1,846.25 

1,187.62 

778.00 


176.53 
45.26 
11.25 


499.12 

796.08 

477.60 

19.37 

2,228.77 

1,680.55 
2,935.00 




31,377.87 


370.74 


388.21 


361.83 


31,256.97 
10,433.02 








5,154.34 


60.55 
488.69 
400.00 


159.07 
111.85 
295.00 


678.11 
399.01 
298.00 


162.42 
244.91 
232.00 


43,764.90 

54,745.02 

74,603.00 

275.00 


















4,518.29 


27,322.73 


3,112.81 


19,623.69 


3,998.25 


29,332.44 


4,298.42 


1,083,543.20 


121.51 


3,612.05 


900.91 


726.40 


205.26 


4,458.51 


548.16 


86,378.01 


















172 

27 
2 


548 

134 

17 


137 

24 

3 


352 

117 

14 


51 
10 


504 

146 

23 


112 
31 

2 


22,159 

5,132 

693 








201 


699 


164 


483 


61 


673 


145 


27,984 



372 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alexandria 
1,928 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
652 


Bath 
355 


Belleville 


Population 


14.012 




' 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

6,835.85 
4,014.55 
3,975.24 
1,491.75 
2,640.00 


$ c. 

1,105.12 
810.93 
279.57 


$ c. 

3,575.13 
1,570.16 
1,105.89 


$ c. 

1,382.54 
782.45 


$ c. 
79,141.54 


Commercial light service 


51,734.65 


Commercial power service 


35,698.11 


Municipal power 





7,468.24 


Street lighting 


559.60 


1,101.00 


714.00 


11,666.50 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


409.40 




106.41 




1,965.49 










Total earnings 


19,366.79 


2,755.22 


7,458.59 


2,878.99 


187,674.53 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


12,386.04 


1,511.72 


3,766.31 


2,158.48 


123,562.15 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


815.47 

81.87 

189.53 


70.26 


149.97 


5.07 


4,392.61 


Line transformer maintenance 


246.71 


Meter maintenance 








1,849.57 


Consumers' premises expenses 








166.80 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


203.51 


64.98 


76.16 


19.92 


1,496.69 


Promotion of business 


1,217.02 


Billing and collecting 


791.28 

373.57 

76.59 








4,438.19 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


252.28 


171.73 
15.00 


126.24 


5,903.15 

1,466.54 


Truck operation and maintenance. ... 






188.47 


Interest 


1,389.23 

2,648.32 

1,327.00 

250.00 


201.72 
322.18 
165.00 


683.40 

524.77 

457.00 

37.89 


466.93 
226.92 
174.00 


1,235.61 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


6,000.00 


Depreciation 


5,534.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges. 


20,532.41 


2,588.14 


5,882.23 


3,177.56 


157,697.51 






Net surplus 




167.08 


1,576.36 




29,977.02 


Net loss 


1,165.62 


298.57 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


300 
95 
14 


43 

21 

1 


145 

45 

1 


32 
16 


3,077 


Commercial light service 


595 


Power service 


90 








Total 


409 


65 


191 


48 


3,762 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



373 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Bloomfield 
619 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,626 


Brighton 

1,442 


Brockville 
9,654 


Cardinal 
1,395 


Carleton 
Place 

4,272 


Chester ville 
970 


$ c. 

2,930.69 

979.18 

1,241.68 


$ c. 

29,541.77 
10,014.12 
46,527.51 


$ c. 

10,010.58 
4,917.65 
2,471.70 


$ c. 

46,677.66 

25,305.75 

30,103.55 

6,035.90 

8,822.00 


$ c. 

6,959.24 

1,875.06 

536.64 


$ c. 

19,033.09 

8,983.67 

26,289.90 

1,781.48 

4,786.00 


$ c. 

5,427.10 
2,389.97 
1,361.85 


720.00 


4,187.74 


2,191.92 
173.73 
121.84 


907.00 


1,032.00 
31.57 


24.52 


810.83 


5,914.46 




1,966.36 


450.90 








5,896.07 


91,081.97 


19,887.42 


122,859.32 


10,277.94 


62,840.50 


10,693.39 


3,846.75 


62,306.90 


8,901.03 


71,432.96 

5,190.00 

757.15 

2,428.33 

246.79 

2,095.98 


4,800.98 


36,507.94 


7,399.20 










171.44 

1,797.33 

20.41 

241.97 

113.24 

312.85 

35.11 

1,589.16 

3,310.87 

204.83 

555.92 

2,618.49 

2,554.26 

2,063.00 

500.00 




79.37 


2,729.06 

89.70 

724.87 

11.91 

346.17 


1,418.81 

20.75 

471.30 

116.13 

210.04 


683.20 


1,005.40 


133.11 


5.40 
.90 

181.73 


25.15 


51.05 


1,773.29 
212.95 

2,285.77 

4,656.03 

1,585.27 

846.73 


133.38 




1,815.32 
2,177.08 
1,098.56 


778.60 

1,447.57 

647.20 

238.01 

1,126.84 

892.22 

585.00 




366.70 


164.15 


485.04 
66.54 


391.68 
37.94 






495.58 


3,031.67 
2,418.99 
1,561.00 


682.48 
525.13 
370.00 


143.35 


428.05 




201.40 


507.00 


8,612.00 
4,000.00 


619.00 












5,705.06 


78,311.23 


16,853.50 


106,123.25 


7,801.40 


52,596.82 


10,323.20 


191.01 


12,770.74 


3,033.92 


16,736.07 


2,476.54 


10,243.68 


370.19 
















153 

28 

6 


1,052 

173 

34 


479 

98 
11 


2,570 

436 

67 


308 
53 

2 


957 

184 
19 


232 

68 

3 


187 


1,259 


588 


3,073 


363 


1,160 


303 



374 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cobourg 
5,556 


Colborne 
1,040 


Deseronto 
1,399 


Finch 
393 


Hastings 


Population 


753 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

31,488.12 

18,599.60 

23,994.73 

2,583.78 

5*,601.54 


$ c. 

5,197.09 

3,563.94 

700.55 


$ c. 

6,183.07 
2,265.64 
1,075.91 

695.41 

1,791.96 

82.40 

163.93 


$ c. 

1,821.05 

1,354.08 

769.79 


$ c. 
4,031.38 


Commercial light service 


1,58^.54 


Commercial power service 


677.57 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


1,317.25 


570.00 


1,290.34 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,044.26 


275.83 


136.53 


380.95 






Total earnings 


83,312.03 


11,054.66 


12,258.32 


4,651.45 


7,962.78 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


49,665.05 


4,533.22 


6,200.71 


2,808.56 


3,596.18 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,051.79 
505.64 
913.50 
217.61 

711.19 

23.27 

2,904.55 

3,678.22 

1,268.35 

156.17 
4,566.60 

3,447.48 

2,415.00 


871.64 


808.63 


227.81 


411.74 


Line transformer maintenance 


15.00 


Meter maintenance 


44.73 


29.60 




6.65 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance : 


204.09 
14.56 


321.88 


8.25 


124.23 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


301.22 

691.31 

44.44 




234.04 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,119.23 

68.35 

335.29 

732.13 

432.23 

220.00 


224.69 
25.58 


56.40 
41.53 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


508.37 
511.06 
369.00 


379.52 

269.91 

265.00 

60.00 


1,085.17 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


670.33 


Depreciation 


440.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges. 


72,524.42 


8,575.47 


9,786.22 


4,269.32 


6,681.27 






Net surplus 


10,787.61 


2,479.19 


2,472.10 


382.13 


1,281.51 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


1,202 

278 
44 


235 

82 
3 


278 
63 
14 


80 
32 

1 


189 


Commercial light service 


53 


Power service 


5 






Total 


1,524 


320 


355 


113 


247 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



375 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Havelock 
1,249 


Kemptville 
1,227 


Kingston 
23,260 


Lakefield 

1,387 


Lanark 
623 


Lancaster 
575 


Lindsay 
6,963 


$ c. 

5,960.19 
2,194.92 
2,603.14 


$ c. 

7,108.96 
4,520.83 
4,121.02 


$ c. 

115,553.94 
76,595.44 
95,585.80 
10,083.61 
22,065.86 


$ c. 

6,324.64 
3,490.74 
1,444.28 


$ c. 

2,879.49 
1,251.36 


$ c. 

2,019.15 
1,565.75 


$ c. 

38,819.77 
22,789.74 
25,925.84 








3,658.51 


1,508.00 


1,830.00 


1,845.87 


592.00 


1,496.50 


7,977.46 


379.17 


1,008.53 


3,865.50 


508.97 


100.21 




2,859.87 








12,645.42 


18,589.34 


323,750.15 


13,614.50 


4,823.06 


5,081.40 


102,031.19 


6,245.81 


10,392.43 


151,250.40 
5,044.40 
3,964.60 

13,020.04 

693.43 

4,724.21 

1,979.95 

3,781.66 
159.03 
7,133.66 
13,643.21 
8,582.23 
2,114.65 
4,849.35 

10,213.46 

20,524.00 

37,500.00 


8,710.71 


3,009.13 


3,242.42 


69,672.57 














803.30 
9.60 


1,162.70 
31.93 

82.27 
4.00 

340.20 
180.00 
981.51 
403.39 
105.92 
335.49 
1,098.33 

674.47 

948.00 


828.28 
16.05 
48.21 


67.11 


116.50 


2,516.97 
460.06 


3.87 


25.90 




1,204.88 






477.63 


214.43 


178.49 


25.80 


30.74 


1,393.43 




523.76 

484.31 
87.83 






2,714.21 


458.77 


311.78 
25.25 


322.64 


6,135.20 
1,313.66 


251.99 




178.11 


982.49 

1,882.12 

876.00 


1,728.46 

• 831.13 

1,167.00 


206.04 
492.31 
267.00 


381.72 
753.77 
285.00 


5,246.82 
5,017.74 
3,611.00 














11,728.38 


16,740.64 


289,178.28 


14,604.23 


4,430.32 


5,132.79 


99,942.28 


917.04 


1,848.70 


34,571.87 




392.74 




2,088.91 




989.73 


51.39 














281 

60 

3 


321 

78 

7 


5,645 
864 
144 


312 

68 

5 


154 
39 


84 
34 


1,812 
329 

77 










344 


406 


6,653 


385 


193 


118 


2,218 



376 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Madoc 
1,067 


Marmora 
1,015 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 


Population 


725 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,884.31 
3,536.32 
1,828.65 


$ c. 

3,912.68 

1,789.38 

165.76 


$ c. 

829.16 
917.32 


$ c. 
3,225.77 


Commercial light service 


2,523.20 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 






Street lighting 


1,500.00 


1,450.00 


300.00 


1,430.04 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


38.82 


84.66 


74.42 


29.55 






Total earnings 


11,788.10 


7,402.48 


2,120.90 


7,208.56 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


6,247.20 


4,184.28 


973.55 


4,220.32 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


813.84 


271.49 


59.10 


220.68 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


2.55 








Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance :... 


13.20 


51.58 


45.28 


111.45 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 










General office, salaries and expenses .. 
Undistributed expenses 


826.82 


562.93 
25.64 


132.74 


282.80 


Truck operation and maintenance 








Interest 


44.90 
469.85 
417.00 


498.39 
767.62 
555.00 


175.20 

347.90 

139.00 

70.00 


418.48 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


920.39 


Depreciation 


498.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


8,835.36 


6,916.93 


1,942.77 


6,672.12 






Net surplus 


2,952.74 


485.55 


178.13 


536.44 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


280 

92 

6 


208 

49 

2 


36 
20 


135 


Commercial light service 


48 


Power service 










Total 


378 


259 


56 


183 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



377 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Napanee 

2,827 


Norwood 
868 


Omemee 
551 


Oshawa 
22,444 


Ottawa 
132,551 


Perth 
4,052 


Peterborough 

22,850 


$ c. 

26,408.56 

13,876.11 

11,686.78 

1,235.63 


$ c. 

4,864.87 

2,482.65 

652.17 


$ c. 

2,204.87 
1,330.43 
1,543.36 


$ c. 

160,650.53 
61,297.29 

172,372.95 

8,166.81 

10,611.72 


$ c. 

445,443.36 

165,972.08 

56,789.02 

25,122.90 

73,796.29 


$ c. 

23,494.77 
15,960.51 
16,491.95 
2,131.18 
2,066.00 
1,491.10 
2,988.55 


$ c. 

126,242.49 

63,611.56 

78,518.64 

6,843.59 


4,744.93 


1,569.00 


956.40 


21,637.68 


1,286.44 


492.25 




4,696.36 


3,666.66 


1,155.99 








59,238.45 


10,060.94 


6,035.06 


417,795.66 


770,123.65 


64,624.06 


298,009.95 


33,208.26 


3,716.38 


3,091.62 


344,999.04 


368,528.56 

27,617.82 

741.53 

26,369.33 
1,916.16 

10,044.16 
3,929.73 

30,211.17 
10,066.56 
42,563.27 

26,984.87 

19,143.38 

2,297.48 

41,408.64 

21,587.45 

73,605.00 


35,107.37 
360.00 


188,310.48 
5,999.59 










243.39 


2,622.09 
152.86 


593.53 


536.01 

6.38 

73.39 


4,843.62 
436.95 

4,012.07 
462.61 

1,812.51 
241.97 
7,603.70 
6,636.24 
4,358.21 


1,399.13 

167.42 

568.95 

23.56 

573.88 


5,554.24 
1,037.71 


963.56 
44.90 


81.45 
2.00 


4,555.09 
577.25 


504.15 


124.93 


3,739.53 








1,482.86 






1,637.15 

3,349.47 

713.46 

416.80 

. 3,329.58 

1,928.30 

3,381.00 


6,979.28 


3,942.61 
1,837.23 


425.78 


294.38 


6,133.98 
5,442.25 




233.26 
1,679.57 

1,087.78 

1,054.00 




2,646.65 


1,550.86 
2,498.26 
1,513.00 


177.91 
805.91 
586.00 


12,553.17 

11,589.00 

9,578.00 


27,609.50 

14,263.54 

16,260.00 

1,200.00 
















50,320.64 


8,873.75 


5,696.53 


409,127.09 


707,015.11 


52,956.07 


290,552.48 


8,917.81 


1,187.19 


338.53 


8,668.57 


63,108.54 


11,667.99 


7,457.47 
















765 

195 

32 


213 

64 

2 


128 

46 

6 


5,956 
510 
101 


12,699 

1,348 

200 


943 

193 

25 


5,353 
803 
155 


992 


279 


180 


6,567 


14,247 


1,161 


6,311 



378 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Picton 
3,313 


Port Hope 
4,520 


Prescott 
3,083 


Richmond 
413 


Russell 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

22,534.56 
13,250.39 
6,683.30 
2,020.52 
•4,364.04 
489.58 
1,676.80 


$ c. 

29,702.71 

12,066.16 

24,208.53 

2,010.81 

4,620.00 


$ c. 

16,061.63 
8,269.96 
3,343.57 
1,668.12 
3,475.00 


$ c. 

1,843.49 
1,518.24 


$ c. 
2,622.95 


Commercial light service 


1,134.81 


Commercial power service 




Municipal power 






Street lighting 


520.04 


740.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


252.13 


229.96 


3.52 


37.93 






Total earnings 


51,019.19 


72,860.34 


33,048.24 


3,885.29 


4,535.69 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


37,843.57 


42,909.52 


22,632.95 
1,439.99 


2,434.69 


2,752.97 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,688.07 

68.96 

34.14 

3.50 

380.22 


1,801.38 

189.89 

1,171.68 


2,320.82 

2.00 

277.29 

.25 

723.93 


32.58 


85.35 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


75.75 




Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


680.11 


19.16 


74.37 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


1,027.22 

2,792.09 

171.75 

289.72 


1,694.43 

3,886.31 

986.92 

252.18 

1,316.20 

2,953.32 

1,938.00 


1,193.86 

2,075.31 

348.95 






General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


238.56 


364.20 


Truck operation and maintenance.... 






Interest 


43.77 


332.09 
236.43 
199.00 

52.84 


396.66 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




440.13 


Depreciation 


2,014.00 


2,714.00 


282.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges.... 


46,313.24 


59,779.94 


33,773.12 


3,621.10 


4,395.68 






Net surplus 


4,705.95 


13,080.40 




264.19 


140.01 


Net loss 


724.88 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


991 

206 

36 


1,207 

199 

44 


660 
156 

18 


55 
25 


105 


Commercial light service 


34 


Power service 










Total 


1,233 


1,450 


834 


80 


139 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



379 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



Smiths Falls 
7,502 


Stirling 
949 


Trenton 

6,288 


Tweed 

1,287 


Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
920 


Westport 
738 


$ c. 

42,734.01 
15,271.34 
21,142.66 


$ c. 

5,454.87 

3,476.71 

1,584.22 

266.17 

1,453.25 

253.98 

416.94 


$ c. 

29,554.98 

18,632.97 

67,263.61 

1,770.78 

8,076.00 


$ c. 

6,177.30 

4,551.82 

2,645.28 

221.62 

1,875.00 

281.07 

219.04 


$ c. 

2,250.85 
1,543.53 


$ c. 

4,742.66 
1,930.48 
1,922.92 


$ c. 

3,120.69 
2,625.60 


1,705.58 






7,665.00 

82.07 


672.00 


1,160.04 


1,383.50 


3,461.69 


2,225.46 


142.29 


250.66 


156.07 


92,062.35 


12,906.14 


127,523.80 


15,971.13 


4,608.67 


10,006.10 


7,285.86 


45,402.52 
2,083.60 


6,913.41 
245.71 


76,517.52 


8,795.09 


2,707.92 


6,645.73 


4,429.91 


338.41 


73.53 

1,769.29 
206.08 

1,936.39 
170.52 

1,548.01 
20.82 
2,559.67 
4,891.08 
1,631.46 
182.38 
7,422.17 

5,621.59 

3,816.00 










2,927.37 


1,072.75 
28.18 
79.25 


779.54 


56.58 
9.13 


666.65 


153.53 
9.15 


646.56 


316.23 


69.51 


16.01 


123.83 






670.49 


260.31 


399.21 


19.25 


155.62 


133.91 


3,339.48 


456.45 

1,078.02 

26.78 

556.87 


794.17 
707.51 
114.52 








4,042.64 
650.83 


206.77 


591.50 
35.57 


538.65 
23.25 


587.92 






4,166.56 


610.69 

* 678.09 

460.00 


565.03 
235.07 
208.00 


808.49 
681.61 
724.00 


759.31 


13,070.58 




478.81 


5,954.00 
250.00 


957.00 


210.00 
















84,254.79 


11,674.73 


108,366.51 


13,655.05 


4,007.75 


10,378.68 


6,752.53 


7,807.56 


1,231.41 


19,157.29 


2,316.08 


600.92 




533.33 




372.58 
















1,693 
263 

48 


277 

86 

9 


1,259 

249 

50 


249 
92 

12 


117 

38 


286 

63 

6 


90 
45 








2,004 


372 


1,558 


353 


155 


355 


135 



380 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality . 


Whitby 
5,297 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
930 


EASTERN 
ONTARIO 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

19,879.51 

10,157.37 

14,085.38 

• 2,219.63 

3,695.61 


$ c. 

3,546.52 

6,544.69 

181.87 


$ c. 

6,291.18 
3,372.12 
1,604.58 


$ c. 
1,438,686.44 


Commercial light service 


690,795.76 


Commercial power service 


791,205.47 


Municipal power 


89,182.02 


Street lighting 


240.00 


1,062.00 

26.75 

368.35 


248,278.08 


Merchandise '. 


2,912.25 


Miscellaneous 


1,595.17 


223.04 


47,599.39 






Total earnings 


51,632.67 


10,736.12 


12,724.98 


3,308,659.41 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


34,315.82 
193.32 


5,285.45 


8,201.43 


1,958,283.21 


Substation operation 


48,174.43 


Substation maintenance 






6,290.05 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,349.31 

51.82 

611.63 


319.29 


541.45 


98,308.41 


Line transformer maintenance 


6,720.63 


Meter maintenance 




83.25 


38,439.61 


Consumers' premises expenses 


0.75 
63.46 


8,427.07 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


567.75 

24.11 

1,440.36 

1,248.10 

159.47 

249.30 

1,990.68 

2,329.43 

2,958.05 


105.68 


55,193.32 


Promotion of business 


12,195.40 


Billing and collecting 




430.66 
489.44 


100,060.53 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


424.63 


120,135.97 
52,431.28 


Truck operation and maintenance . 






12,913.39 


Interest 


40.60 
210.01 
198.00 
432.02 


366.15 
407.55 
626.00 


142,104.90 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


125,546.87 


Depreciation 


184,205.05 


Other reserves 


44,352.75 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


48,489.15 


6,974.21 


11,251.61 


3,013,782.87 






Net surplus 


3,143.52 


3,761.91 


1,473.37 


294,876.54 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


825 

153 

21 


98 
62 

1 


278 

68 

2 


54,847 


Commercial light service 


8,899 


Power service 


1,327 






Total 


999 


161 


348 


65,073 







1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



381 



"B"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1934 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Fort William 
24,709 


Nipigon 


Port Arthur 
20,064 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

200,719.69 
63,797.04 
42,168.69 
23,753.96 
17,293.91 


$ c. 

2,593.14 

1,793.53 

291.64 

648.47 
510.00 


$ c. 

108,984.20 
53,537.70 

707,462.77 
34,686.69 
18,984.96 


$ c. 

312,297.03 

119,128.27 

749,923.10 

59,089.12 

36,788.87 


$ c. 

11,844,033.10 
6,206,086.35 
9,692,784.37 
1,875,969.80 
1,777,596.69 
18,747.73 


7,450.85 




15,430.34 


22,881.19 


555,172.04 








355,184.14 


5,836.78 


939,086.66 


1,300,107.58 


31,970,390.08 


244,677.70 
'5,845.16 


2,515.26 


758,905.19 

19,509.19 

926.63 

12,347.33 

853.48 

4,993.84 


1,006,098.15 

25,354.35 

1,130.72 

20,543.89 

1,149.21 

12,013.64 

104.68 

11,699.79 
1,982.00 

19,862.72 

17,724.56 
9,057.17 
2,494.99 

36,843.92 

.16,210.78 
39,804.75 
13,239.27 


19,591,887.79 
468,944.09 


204.09 




296,550.52 


7,920.82 
267.73 

6,990.64 
104.68 


275.74 
28.00 
29.16 


844,813.95 

75,172.18 

291,402.79 

352,499.09 


5,436.07 


66.75 


6,196.97 
1,982.00 
9,571.78 

11,542.37 

5,300.17 

958.52 

15,635.05 

7,450.13 
27,160.75 
11,356.76 


338,784.80 
228,741.36 


10,290.94 




827,860.20 


5,197.57 
3,702.00 
1,536.47 


984.62 
55.00 


908,039.75 

362,322.12 

98,081.61 


20,820.62 
8,301.37 

12,143.00 
1,882.51 


388.25 
459.28 
501.00 


2,204,994.25 

2,358,169.12 

1,953,625.19 

83,012.14 








335,321.37 


5,303.06 


894,690.16 


1,235,314.59 


31,284,900.95 


19,862.77 


533.72 


44,396.50 


64,792.99 


685,489.13 












5,244 

869 

94 


147 
37 

2 


4,318 

712 

99 


9,709 

1,618 

195 


455,435 
73,128 
12,814 


6,207 


186 


5,129 


11,522 


541,377 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



383 



STATEMENT "G" 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1934, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 
per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Acton. 



Agincourt... 
Ailsa Craig. 

Alexandria.. 

Alliston 

Alvinston 



Amherstburg. 



Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arthur 



Athens. 



Aylmer. 

Ayr 

Baden... 



Barrie 



Bath 

Beachville. 



1,885 



468 
1,928 
1,379 

648 

3,128 



397 
1,036 

652 

1,987 

773 



7,686 
355 



f 127 

5 

61 

1 

4 

61 

61 
1 

95 

41 

103 
12 

84 



82 

9 

23 

12 

32 
39 
10 

33 

48 

92 

40 
23 

92 

24 
1 

92 
3 

65 




80 c.p. s 

80 c.p. (twp.) s 

100 watt m 

150 watt m 

300 watt m 



100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
200 watt 
300 watt 



m 



100 watt m 

150 watt m 

150 watt m 

(514 mos.) 
100 watt m 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 

10Q watt m 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

40 watt traffic It. 



100 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 



$ c. 

9.001 
12.00 

9.00 
12.00 
20.00. 

13.00 

10.001 

18.00/ 

17.001 
25.00/ 

18.001 
18.00/ 

20.001 
29.00/ 

15.001 
30.001 
20.00T 
30.00] 

12.501 
15.00^ 
15.00J 

17.00 

20.00 

19.00 

12.001 

27.00/ 

10.001 
25.00^ 
40. 00 J 

10.001 
36.00/ 

10.00 

9.001 
17.00! 
22.00f 
25.00] 

34.00 

11.00 



$ c. 
1,829.01 

767.00 
628.00 

2,640.00 

2,070.00 

1,854.00 

2,310.08 

1,053.76 

559.60 
960.00 

1,747.92 

1,101.00 

2,343.00 

1,027.99 
650.00 

5,973.25 

714.00 
517.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system. 
ttPart cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



384 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1934, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to Cost 
municipality per 
per annum capita. 



Beaverton. 



Beeton 

Belle River. 

Belleville 



Blenheim. 



Bloomfield. 
Blyth 

Bolton 



Bothwell 

Bowman ville. 

Bradford 

Brampton 



Brantford. 



Brantford Twp. 
Brechin 



Bridgeport 
Brigden 



989 

601 
719 

14,012 

1,702 

619 
626 

553 

685 

3,626 
1,060 
5,550 

30,611 



104 
10 



65 

14 

63 

549 
23 
52 

104 

164 

3 

12 

60 

100 

45 
23 

66 
21 

177 

4 

42 

60 

7 

667 

2 

13 

149 

3,410 

8 

18 

4 

2 

371 

33 

57 
12 



41 
21 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 

(6 mos.) 

500 watt m 



150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

100 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
150 watt 
300 watt 

80 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
500 watt 
Fire alarm 

1,500 c.p . 
100 watt 
250 watt 
750 watt 
750 watt 
300 watt 



m 



m 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

(6 mos.) 

60 watt m 

100 watt m 



$ c. 

10.00 

7.00 

30. 00, 

15.00 
15.00 

12.00 

9.00 
28.00 
52.00f 
33. 00 J 

12.00 
28.00 
37.00 

12.00 

13.00 

13.00\ 
23.00/ 

11.00 
27.00 

14.00 
27.00 
37. 00 J 

17.00\ 
17.00/ 

8.001 

35. OOf 

6. 50 J 

45.001 
7.50 
10.00 
37.00 
46.00 
16.00, 

11.00 

18.00 

10.001 

7.00 



11.001 
14.00/ 



$ c. 
1,290.04 

1,185.00 
760.00 

11,666.50 

2,511.00 

720.00 
1,300.00 

1,113.96 
1,293.00 

4,187.74 

1,139.00 

5,453.16 

33,080.33 

4,065.42 
594.00 

588.50 
745.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s 
ttPart cost paid direct in form of debenture charges, 
ilncludes Mara and Thorah Townships. 



Series system, m Multiple system. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



385 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1934, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Brighton. 



Brockville. 



Brussells 

Burford 

Burgessville 



Caledonia 

Campbellville.. 
Cannington 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place. 
Cayuga 



Chatham 



Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville. 

Chippawa 

Clifford 



Clinton. 



1,442 



9,654 



766 



1,475 



864 

1,395 

4,272 
693 

16,140 



308 
1,762 

970 
1,051 

440 

1,848 



137 

593 

15 

35 

49 

6 

80 
18 

67 

24 

152 
20 

8 

2 

20 

61 
3 
3 

42 

12 

82 

101 

68 

80 

35 

716 

32 

75 

37 

136 

2 



41 

116 

86 

93 

62 

148 

29 

1 



100 c.p. 

100 c.p. 

1 Lt. Stds. 

3 Lt. Stds. 

5 Lt. Stds. 
300 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

60 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
250 watt m 

Park floodlights 

100 watt m 



150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 



$ c. 
16.00 



11 
17 
21 
24 
24 



12.00) 
18.00/ 

10.00 

13.00 

9.00 

9.50 

13.00 

21.00J 

24.00 

14.001 
22.00^ 
32.00J 

15.00 
21.00 

13.00 
20.00 
25.00 

18.00 

12.00' 
' 13.00 
16.00 
30.00 
31.00 
38.00 
24.00 
357. 50, 

12.00 

14.00 

12.00 

13.00 

14.00 

11.00 
11.00 
55.00 



$ c. 
2,191.92 



8,822.00 

1,284.00 

670.00 
312.00 

1,544.96 

474.00 
1,022.00 

907.00 

4,786.00 
1,440.00 

19,095.53 



492.00 
1,605.34 
1,032.00 
1,161.00 

868.00 



1,988.53 1.08 



$ c. 
1.52 



0.91 



1.68 



1.65 
** 

1.18 
0.65 

1.12 
2.08 

tt 



1.60 
0.91 
1.07 
1.10 
1.99 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system. 
tfPart cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



386 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1934, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Cobourg 


5,556 


f 388 

{ iS 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
500 watt 


s 
m 


$ c. 

12.001 

23.00^ 

47. 50 J 


$ c. 
5,601.54 


$ c. 
1.01 






Colborne 


1,040 


/ 115 
I 3 


60 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 
m 


12.001 
12.00/ 


1,317.25 


1.27 






Coldwater 




{ «S 


60 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


9.001 
11.00/ 


571.00 


0.90 








Collingwood 


5,536 


354 


100 c.p. 


s 


8.00 


2,832.00 


0.51 


Comber 




26 
56 


100 watt 
150 c.p. 


m 

8 


18.00 
15.00 


471.00 
840.00 


** 


Cookstown 




** 


Cottam 




31 


100 watt 


W 


15.00 


465.00 


** 


Courtright 


338 


43 


100 watt 


VYl 


18.00 


774 00 


2.29 


Creemore 


620 


59 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


708.00 


1.14 


Dashwood 




41 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


451.00 


** 


Delaware 




22 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


264.00 


** 


Deseronto 


1,399 


128 


100 watt 


1YI 


14 00 


1,791.96 
612.47 


1.28 


Dorchester 


63 


100 watt 


w 


10.00 


* * 


Drayton 


559 


75 


100 watt 




10 00 


750 00 


1 34 


Dresden 


1,469 


f 127 
15 

I 12 


100 c.p. 
50 watt 
100 watt 


s 

m 
m 


13.001 

4.56^ 

12. 00 J 


1,862.24 


1.27 






Drumbo 




39 


100 watt 


m 


13.00 


507.00 


** 


Dublin 




50 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


750.00 


** 


Dundalk 


650 


82 


100 watt 




15 00 


1,230.00 
5,487.00 


1.8P 


Dundas 


5,032 


f 286 

18 

[ 54 


100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 
m 


12.001 
16.00 
32.00J 


1.09 






Dunnville 


3,632 


/ 249 

\ 27 


150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 


11.001 
45.00/ 


3,945.56 


1.09 






Durham 


1,776 


/ 105 

I 6 


150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 


s 
s 


17.001 
25.00/ 


1,935.00 


1.09 






Dutton 


798 


112 


100 watt 


m 


9 00 


1,010.94 
8,419.92 


1.27 


East Windsor 


14,009 


/ 338 
\ 194 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 


8.001 
14.00/ 


tt . 



* *Population not shown in Government statistics, s Series system. 
ftPart cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



1935 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



387 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1934, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum